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Temp jobs, part-time needs drive MN job vacancies
Minnesota employers had nearly 100,000 job openings from April to June, the highest level in 14 years, state officials said Thursday. Most were for part-time, temporary or seasonal work. ...
Bias and objectivity in 2016 campaign coverage
"It is about intellectual honesty," says Jay Rosen, New York University journalism professor. "Let's blow up the bias discussion and make it about trust." ...
Water rising again in White Bear Lake, but will it stay?
Water levels in the northeast Twin Cities lake seem to be on the upswing. Some locals, though, still want state lawmakers' support for a new water supply system. ...
Judge rejects UCare bid to halt public health program signup
The lawsuit will still proceed with a trial set for November, but the open enrollment process slated to begin Friday will go on. ...
Climate Cast: Responsible corporate citizens
Why major corporations are getting serious about climate and who holds them accountable for their commitments. ...
S.C. to seek death penalty for Dylann Roof in Charleston chooting
Prosecutors called Roof's actions "the ultimate crime that deserved the ultimate punishment." ...
GOP Rep. Kline won't run again for U.S. House
DFLers believe Kline's district may be competitive in 2016. Although Kline beat his opponents by large margins, President Obama won there in 2012 as did Sen. Al Franken in 2014. ...
Personal finance with Ruth Hayden: Rethinking retirement
How to retire in stages. ...
Chargoggag… etc. revisited
Did you know there’s a Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg? I do (I even know how to pronounce it) and today it got me in trouble on Twitter because I did what I usually do with NewsCut; I connected unrelated (though interesting) facts with something that’s currently in th ...
Robert Redford and Maureen Dowd at JFK Library
Robert Redford's newest movie, "A Walk in the Woods" opened this week, and the 79 year old Redford tells Maureen Dowd of the New York Times he had hoped to make the movie with his old friend Paul Newman. Hear Robert Redford on his movie career, the media, the role of sports in society, environmental ...
Photos: Humans of Creative Activities
Thousands of Minnesotans show off their skills every year at the State Fair's Creative Activities building. We want to introduce you to a few of them. ...
Woolly mammoth: Shearer saves hugely overgrown sheep
A sheep found in the wild in Australia had to undergo emergency shearing -- 89 pounds, 3 ounces of wool was cut away. The sheep's weight reportedly dropped by half. ...
Minnesota cops storing thousands of backlogged rape kits
Some 400 Minnesota law enforcement agencies are holding 3,449 untested rape kits, according to data requested by MPR News. The kits are vital in collecting evidence in sexual assault cases. ...
Book briefs: No third novel hiding in Harper Lee's safe-deposit box
A rare books expert has examined the bank box and said there are no other long-lost drafts. But that doesn't mean we've heard the last from Harper Lee. ...
U athletics official on leave amid complaints probe
University of Minnesota officials didn't detail the nature of the complaints but said Senior Associate Athletics Director Mike Ellis was asked to take "voluntary time off" during the investigation. ...
Coast Guard: Tow boat collision on Mississippi causes oil spill
The U.S. Coast Guard has shut down a section of the Mississippi River south of Paducah, Ky., after two tow boats collided, causing an oil spill of unknown size. ...
Kentucky clerk found in contempt for refusing to issue marriage licenses
Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk, has been defying court orders by refusing to hand out marriage licenses in protest of same-sex marriage. A judge ordered her taken into custody. ...
Minnesota trivia quiz: Are you smarter than the mayors?
Mayors Betsy Hodges and Chris Coleman joined MPR News' Tom Weber at the State Fair for some Minnesota trivia. How well do you know your state facts? ...
Trump pledges not to run as third-party candidate
Donald Trump is "totally pledging" his allegiance to the GOP and promising not to mount a potentially damaging third-party bid for president. ...
Court throws out Tom Brady's 4-game suspension over 'Deflategate'
Brady appealed a suspension handed down by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in federal court. The judge sided with Brady. ...
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