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APM Reports: Historically Black
This episode of the APM Reports "Historically Black" series shares the stories of some ancestors of slaves prospering in the years that followed, a former slave who founded a historically Black college, and a celebrated fiddler in Missouri. ...
Klobuchar wants independent commission to investigate Trump's possible Russia ties
Klobuchar says the group should model the 9/11 commission, which was made up of experts, not elected officials. The independent commission would supplement a Senate intelligence committee probe, which Klobuchar says should be thorough. ...
Publisher cancels Milo Yiannopoulos book 'Dangerous'
The announcement came hours after the Breitbart editor was disinvited to this year's Conservative Political Action Conference because of past comments about relationships between boys and men. ...
48 more record warm hours, plowable snow chance grows Friday
Winter is down, but not out. ...
Fat-shaming costs Fergus Falls columnist
Alan Linda has written his last column for the Fergus Falls Daily Journal. That's what a column featuring the complaint about sitting next to an overweight person on an airplane will do to you. ...
House passes Sunday liquor sales bill; now a tougher battle looms in the Senate
With relatively little debate, the House passed the Sunday sales legislation on a convincing 85 to 45 vote. It's a major shift for the perennial issue that had failed year after year at the Capitol. ...
Lawmakers move to hem in authority of Met Council
Lawmakers moved to clamp down on the Metropolitan Council on Monday, with measures to restructure the body and turn back one of its signature efforts, building the Southwest Light Rail Transit line. ...
New research shows how 'atmospheric rivers' wreak havoc around the globe
The idea of plumes of moisture curling above our heads might seem beautiful, but new research shows atmospheric rivers to be among the most damaging of weather systems. ...
Trump picks military strategist as national security adviser
Trump says Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster is "a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience." ...
California police officer killed during traffic accident
Officials say a California police officer was killed and another wounded in a shooting while they were trying to help a man who had been in a traffic accident in Whittier. ...
Resolution would shift light rail funds to roads, bridges
Legislation introduced Monday would instead try to shift the $900 million in federal money to be used on general road and bridge repairs statewide. The Southwest Light Rail Transit project is expected to cost roughly $2 billion total. ...
The Mall of America is looking for a writer-in-residence
To mark its 25th anniversary, the mall is looking for a writer who will spend five days immersed in the mall, and live to write about it. ...
Warm weather throwing wildlife for a loop
Friday reached into the 60s, which has only happened in February in the Twin Cities five other times in history. ...
Pence reaffirms commitment to NATO, but says Europe must commit more
Vice President Mike Pence told allies at NATO headquarters in Brussels that President Trump expected to see "real progress" by NATO members in raising their defense spending by the end of 2017. ...
Defense Secretary Mattis: 'We're not in Iraq to seize anybody's oil'
In an unannounced visit, Defense Secretary James Mattis traveled to Baghdad to meet with Iraqi leaders. He arrived during a fight to retake western Mosul, with allies' faith in the U.S. at a low. ...
Russia's ambassador to United Nations dies in NYC at 64
His cause of death wasn't immediately known. Churkin had been Russia's envoy at the United Nations since 2006 and was considered Moscow's great champion at the U.N. ...
Deadline looms for Dakota Access pipeline protest camp
Authorities have told protesters at an encampment in North Dakota to leave by Wednesday. But many in the camp say they're not going. ...
St. Paul Jewish Community Center evacuated following bomb threat
St. Paul Police say they did not find any bombs or dangerous devices at the center in Highland Park. A little after noon, squads began clearing the scene. ...
Canada has a lot to teach us
Some people can look away from the killings and attacks on innocent people in Syria. And then there are the Canadians. ...
How Minnesota colleges are teaming up to give students a cheaper path to 4-year degrees
A growing number of private universities in the state has made the path from community college into its program as seamless as possible. ...
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