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4 things the New Hampshire primary will tell us
Did Rubio do serious damage during Saturday's debate? Does Trump need a better ground game? Will Sanders ride a huge win into other states? And how many more Republicans get out of the race? ...
In Valentine’s Day flap, racism is a ‘core value’
St. Paul schools Superintendent Valeria Silva said she’s gotten racist letters — and worse — on the decision of a school to eliminate “celebration” of Valentine’s Day and several other holidays, the Pioneer Press reports today. Scott Masini, the principal at the Bruce Vento E ...
Moving 911 from analog to the digital world
Next Generation 911 will provide dispatchers and emergency responders with more accurate call locations as well as the ability to look at pictures and video from people in trouble. ...
Developers arrested over building that collapsed in Taiwan's earthquake
So far, 39 of the 41 people who died from the quake were residents of the Golden Dragon apartment building in the city of Tainan. ...
Did a meteorite kill a bus driver in India?
The chance of being killed by a meteorite is approximately 1 in 75 million. If experts confirm a meteorite caused the blast, the death would be the first of its kind since 1825. ...
Daily Digest: Another state votes
Some items in the news worth reading as you begin your Tuesday. ...
Op-ed: When addiction has a white face
The rush to stem the heroin problem as a health problem reflects the new whiteness of the crisis. ...
Trump, Sanders look to emerge from New Hampshire with wins
Victories would lend needed credibility to the unexpected contenders' pursuit of their parties' nomination. ...
Train crash in Germany kills at least 9, injures 150
Two commuter trains crashed head-on Tuesday morning in a remote area in southern Germany. It was not yet clear what caused the crash, police said. ...
3 tiny New Hampshire towns voted at midnight. Do they predict anything?
The earliest polls in New Hampshire primary opened in Dixville Notch, Millsfield and Hart's Location. Dixville Notch, won by John Kasich, boasts of a streak of correctly predicting the GOP nominee. ...
'One of the scariest moments in my life': Minnesotan describes storm-tossed cruise
Tarra Grammenos said as conditions worsened, passengers were told to hold railings and walls, then to stay in their rooms. ...
Black Lives Matter says it will 'shut down' Crashed Ice; demands firing of officer
Black Lives Matter St. Paul said Monday it will stage "a non-violent shut down action" Feb. 27 at the downhill ice skating competition, unless the city meets a list of demands. ...
Roads reopen in SW Minnesota as blizzard subsides
Roads are reopening in southwestern Minnesota as strong winds gradually subside. ...
Gulf of Mexico open for fish-farming business
For the first time, companies can apply to set up fish farms in U.S. federal waters. The government says the move will help reduce American dependence on foreign seafood and improve security. ...
New Hampshire celebrates a century of voting first
The wrinkle New Hampshire added to the presidential election was holding a primary very early. Would candidates even countenance the idea of traipsing through the snow? It turned out that they would. ...
St. Paul's red '1st' not lit for now
The 50-foot-tall flashing neon "1st" sign atop a historic bank tower in St. Paul has gone dark. But the building's owner says an energy upgrade could include new LED lights for the landmark. ...
Judge rules against 3M bid to disqualify state's attorneys
The state sued 3M in 2010 over the company's manufacture and disposal of perfluorinated chemicals, or PFCs, that have polluted Minnesota water. ...
El Nino surges into record territory
Final numbers may show strongest El Nino on record. ...
Mayo researchers identify new cause of Lyme disease
Patients who tested positive for the new bacteria have experienced different illnesses from what's typical of Lyme disease. ...
Sperm bank for bees generates a buzz in Fargo
With honeybees under stress from pests and pesticides, federal authorities hope to build a center to store bee sperm and embryos. But it's a trickier business for bees than humans. ...
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