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The future of MNsure oversight
We talk about proposals and what we've learned about the state-run health insurance exchange. ...
More MSP flights canceled as winter storm pounds Northeast
At least 20 flights from Minneapolis to the East Coast were canceled before dawn Tuesday because of a snowstorm. ...
The asteroid that flew past Earth has its own moon
In celestial terms, asteroid 2004 BL86 pretty much buzzed the Earth on Tuesday, coming within 745,000 miles away. ...
Dayton plan brings Minnesota budget debate to starting line
While the plan will contain more than $40 billion worth of recommendations, the primary focus will be on $1 billion of it. That's the size of a projected state surplus. ...
BWCA to begin accepting online reservations Wednesday
The 1.1-million acre Boundary Waters is America's most visited wilderness area, attracting 250,000 visitors annually. ...
Police: Man fatally shoots himself outside Roseville school
Police were called Monday afternoon to Hand in Hand Christian Montessori School following a report of a shot fired through a window in the school's kitchen. ...
Winter storm skirts NYC, but still walloping Northeast
The good news: Forecasts of a historic winter storm for the country's most populous city have failed to materialize. The bad news: It's still dumping a great deal of precipitation farther north. ...
The Daily Digest: Transportation plan comes out
Your daily dose of Minnesota politics and policy. ...
Photos: Remembering the horror of Auschwitz 70 years after liberation
An estimated 1.1 million people perished at the most notorious of the German death camps. Roughly 300 Holocaust survivors from around the world are expected to attend today's ceremony. ...
Jared Diamond, on 'The World Until Yesterday.'
Jared Diamond is a physician, biophysicist, ethnographer and a professor of geography at UCLA. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Guns, Germs and Steel," "Collapse," and "The World Until Yesterday" spoke in December 2014 at the Commonwealth Club of California. ...
Photos: Shortened John Beargrease race finds snow
Sixteen teams started the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon in Two Harbors instead of Duluth, and they got some fresh snow along the way. ...
Mild through Thursday, but cold is on the way
Minnesota will experience rather quiet weather (especially compared to the East Coast), but colder temperatures are in store as we move through the work week. ...
How to see the asteroid passing by Earth today
The best time to observe BL86 is around 8 p.m., according to Sky & Telescope, though visibility is expected to be good from 7 p.m. until midnight. ...
Lack of snow could mean new location for City of Lakes Loppet
The City of Lakes Loppet Ski Festival said cancellation of the cross-country ski event isn't an option. ...
Man pleads guilty in Mpls. parking ramp sexual assaults
Prosecutors say 22-year-old Peijan Hodges pleaded guilty to attacking two women just hours apart one afternoon last October in one of the large parking ramps near Target Center. ...
Marrow donor/recipient bond propels cross-country ride
Sometime in June or July, if things work out as she hopes, Maxine Renning of Los Angeles will ride her bike into Minneapolis. She admits she's not much of a cyclist but by then she will be. She'll be riding from Baltimore and will stop here on her way to Seattle as part of a 4,000-mile ride ...
Gun rights groups rally, lobby lawmakers
Gun owners gathered outside the Minnesota Capitol today to tell state lawmakers that they plan to be “appropriately aggressive” in protecting their second amendment rights during the 2015 legislative session. ...
2015 will continue streak of shrinking U.S. budget deficit
The federal budget deficit will fall in 2015, the sixth consecutive year of decreases relative to the overall economy. ...
'Quad copter' flew into, crashed on White House grounds, Secret Service says
The Secret Service has identified a device that was found overnight on the White House grounds as a "quad copter." The agency says the person who had been operating the device reported that it crashed after they lost control. ...
Do you support the 600-mile crude oil Sandpiper line, which is proposed to run from North Dakota through Minnesota to Wisconsin?
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