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Astronomers find 7 Earth-sized planets around a nearby star
Some of the planets could be home to liquid water, but it remains unclear whether life could exist on such strange worlds. ...
Minnesota may consider free tax filing
Finding things that Democrats and Republicans can agree on might seem like an impossible task, but here's one possibility: We shouldn't have to pay money to file our taxes. ...
Maplewood nightclub to close after shooting
The Maplewood City Council voted during an emergency meeting on Wednesday morning to close a troubled nightclub that was the scene of shooting that injured five people last week. ...
Minnesota man gets 2 year sentence for lying in terror case
A Minnesota man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for lying to the FBI about his contact with a terror suspect linked to the Somali militant group al-Shabab. ...
Cannibalism: It's 'perfectly natural,' a new scientific history argues
It's gruesome, but from a scientific standpoint, there's a predictable calculus for when humans and animals go cannibal, a new book says. And who knew European aristocrats ate body parts as medicine? ...
WNBA player pens ‘Dear Candice’ letter
Imani Boyette, a center for the Chicago Sky of the WNBA, was a Candice Wiggins fan when she was growing up, but she is not at all happy with Wiggins' assertion that she was bullied in her time in the league because she's straight. ...
Anger rises across the country at GOP congressional town halls
Constituents have been confronting legislators over everything from the GOP's plan to repeal and replace Obamacare to the Trump White House. Here's a look at particularly rowdy events this week. ...
Trump expected to submit budget blueprint on March 13
GOP aides are expecting Trump's blueprint to contain fewer details than is typical since it's a new administration and Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney was only confirmed last week. ...
U.S. Steel goes to court against Minnesota over Minntac permit
U.S. Steel has gone to court in a dispute with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency over pollution limits for its Minntac iron mining operations. ...
Official: Trump to revoke transgender bathroom guidance
A government official says the Trump administration will revoke guidelines that say transgender students should be allowed to use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their chosen gender identity. ...
Married almost 66 years, Worthington couple dies hours apart
Tucked in the obituaries in today's Worthington Daily Globe is the story of John and Beverly Troth, who were both 95 years old when they died eight hours apart on Monday. ...
NASCAR hits the skid as sport abandons ‘rednecks’
The first big race of the season is set for Sunday -- the Daytona 500 -- and there's a stench of a sport's death mixing with that of burning rubber. ...
Very warm today; winter storm watch begins Thursday evening
Be prepared for the biggest snow totals of the winter season over much of southern and central Minnesota and on into Wisconsin. ...
Parting thoughts: Be kind to all that live
Despite being forced into an internment camp during World War II, Helen Tsuchiya never harbored anger or ill-will. Instead, she practiced understanding and compassion. ...
Biometric screening launches at MSP
Travelers can bypass parts of the security process, for a fee. ...
Salvant to revive classic songs at the Dakota
Cecile McLorin Salvant will be joined by Aaron Diehl as they perform songs by Jelly Roll Morton and George Gershwin. ...
A free press defends itself
The most frightening part of the White House's assertion that the free press is the enemy of the American people is that the free press has had to work so hard in subsequent days to point out why it's not. ...
Evidence of rising anti-Semitism, but data mostly elusive
There have been reports nationwide of anti-Semitic incidents, including people yelling pro-Hitler comments at a rabbi in Providence, R.I., swastikas drawn in subway cars in New York City, and bomb threats at Jewish buildings in several cities. ...
What is CPAC? A room that didn't always love Trump, but owes him a lot
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference will welcome President Trump at the end of this week, but the conservative gathering has been skeptical of his worthiness in their circle. ...
8,300 turkeys lost in Meeker County fire
Sheriff's deputies say a barn owned by Langmo Farms near Litchfield caught fire Tuesday, killing about 8,300 young birds. None survived. The barn was a total loss. ...
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