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Republicans take two special elections
Republicans picked up a seat in the state House and kept a seat in the Senate Tuesday. ...
Trump, Sanders win New Hampshire primaries
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders added crucial credibility to their upstart candidacies and underscored voters' insistence on shaking up American politics. ...
Supreme Court puts Obama's Clean Power Plan on hold
A divided U.S. Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change until after legal challenges are resolved. ...
U of M study finds 'health care homes' model pays off
Developed as a way of coordinating patient care, the model improves quality and saves money at the same time. ...
Whether made by a computer or a cello, to composer Daniel Wohl it's all sound
Daniel Wohl's performance of his album "Holographic," part of SPCO's Liquid Music Series, grew out of unusual collaborations. ...
Sheriffs, Franken criticize Medicaid gaps for jail inmates
Sheriffs organizations in Minnesota and elsewhere criticized policies that allow those who are able to post bail maintain Medicaid coverage, while others who remain in custody lose it. ...
Charitable giving increasing from top Minnesota donors
The Margaret A. Cargill Foundation led the rankings with $150 million in donations, with Target and General Mills foundations rounding out the top three donors. ...
Hallberg's Picture of Health: The dangers of lead
As the Flint water crisis continues, MPR News' regular medical analyst Dr. Jon Hallberg answered some questions on what lead can do to the body, and why it's worse for children and developing bodies. ...
Court orders government to explain the holdup with 7,000 Clinton emails
A federal judge wants the Department of Justice to formally explain why it hasn't been able to meet a deadline set for releasing all of Hillary Clinton's emails from her time as secretary of state. ...
Next snow Sunday, 40s and rain next week?
Our Jekyll and Hyde winter continues. ...
Mpls. police honor dozens of cops and civilians for heroism
They stanched horrible wounds, pulled people from bridge railings and talked one man out of firing the gun he held to his head. Minneapolis police recognized officers and civilians its annual awards ceremony Tuesday. ...
Red River flood diversion project gets funding boost
The long-awaited Fargo-Moorhead Red River flood diversion project got a boost Tuesday when the Army Corps of Engineers included the project in its 2016 work plan. ...
5 things you should know before the New Hampshire primary
New Hampshire has a reputation for strong voter participation and independents. It's easy to get on the ballot, and the state has had a better track record of picking GOP nominees in recent years. ...
Hughes: 'There is no typical profile' of an ISIS recruit
"They're old, they're young, they're rich, they're poor," said expert Seamus Hughes of ISIS recruits in the U.S. "They're college-educated in some cases, and they're high school kids." ...
Hennepin investigators hope to ID man found in 2014
A railroad crew found a partial skeleton of a man in an abandoned shed beside the tracks. Investigators think he'd been living there, and may have been dead for as long as a year before anyone found him. ...
When journalists sell their integrity to politicians
Ever wonder where some political reporters get their analysis? Judging by emails pried from the Department of State, they buy it from the politicians they cover by selling their integrity. ...
Who would you like to see win in New Hampshire?
John Kasich took the most votes out of Dixville Notch early Tuesday morning, but it is expected to be a good night for Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in New Hampshire. ...
Opinion: Cancel Olympics due to Zika outbreak
Bioethicist Arthur Caplan, of New York University, says it would be irresponsible to hold the Olympic Games in Rio due to the Zika virus outbreak. ...
Jeb Bush finds his stride in New Hampshire, but is it too late?
The former Florida governor finally seems at ease on the campaign trail. Is he peaking at the right time or are months of missteps just too much for him to overcome? ...
What a 'critically wounded' Voting Rights Act means in 2016
Ari Berman's book, "Give Us the Ballot," tracks the history of the struggle for voting rights, from 1965 through to modern debates on voter ID laws. ...
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