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Student books heading from Minnesota to Liberia
Books For Africa plans a ceremony recognizing the shipment at its St. Paul warehouse Tuesday. ...
Women accuse their landlords of sexual harrassment
Experts say the experiences described by Twin Cities women are common, especially among the poor. ...
Dr. Atul Gawande on importance of health systems
The second talk in the BBC Reith Lecture series on "The Future of Medicine," given by renowned Boston surgeon Atul Gawande. In his writing for the New Yorker and many best-selling books, Dr. Atul Gawande explores the complexity of health care, and the ways to minimize mistakes and make sure everyone ...
Medical device tax opponents envision victory in spring
The medical device industry has spent more than $150 million to convince Congress to kill a tax on its devices, arguing it costs tens of thousands of jobs. ...
Man dies in Duluth fire
Fire crews went to a 13th-floor apartment, where they found the man inside, but were unable to resuscitate him. ...
‘Serial’ couldn’t solve Christmas mystery either
The Serial podcast's first season is over, but its status of cultural icon is complete now that it's become a skit on Saturday Night Live. ...
Gunman made anti-police posts before killing NYPD officers
Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, posted on an Instagram account before the shootings: "I'm putting wings on pigs today. They take 1 of ours, let's take 2 of theirs." ...
For Norwegian-Americans, Christmas cheer is wrapped up in lefse
"It's probably one of the first foods I fell in love with," says Megan Walhood, who lives in Portland Ore., and has family roots in Norway. ...
Bradley Cooper and 'American Sniper' widow team up to tell SEAL's story
In his book, "American Sniper," Chris Kyle detailed his 150 plus kills of Iraqi insurgents during his time as a Navy SEAL. The book was on its way to being adapted into a film when Kyle was shot and killed by a troubled young veteran. The film, starring Bradley Cooper, comes out on Christmas Day. ...
Photos: Protesters disrupt Mall of America
Protesters from the group Black Lives Matter staged a demonstration on one of the busiest shopping days of the year at the Mall of America. ...
Two NYPD officers shot, killed in ambush
Authorities say the suspect fatally shot himself inside a nearby subway station. His motive wasn't immediately clear. ...
Polish government honors former Minn. Orchestra director Skrowaczewski
The Grand Cross of the Order of Polonia recognizes outstanding service to Polish culture. ...
Montana shooter in self-defense case found guilty despite state's 'Castle Doctrine'
More than 30 states have laws that allow people to use deadly force if they have a reasonable fear for their life or property. But this week, a Montana jury said that type of law has its limits, finding a homeowner who shot a teenager in his garage guilty of deliberate homicide. ...
Four Guantanamo prisoners released, returned to Afghanistan
The four were released at the request of Afghanistan's new president, Ashraf Ghani, The Associated Press reports. ...
Many states now have $2 gasoline
The national average is at $2.43 a gallon, but at one filling station in Springfield, Mo., it was only $1.93. ...
U.N. reports more than 7,000 Ebola deaths since March
The total number of infected, nearly all of them in West Africa, is at 19,031, up from 18,569 in the previous report. More than 99 percent of all infections and deaths have occurred in three countries -- Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. ...
Decorated Tuskegee Airman Lowell Steward dies at 95
Steward was a Los Angeles native who flew 143 missions and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross among other awards. ...
Royce White: Neglected mental health issues at heart of police controversies
It's been quite awhile since we heard from Royce White, the former Mr. Basketball in Minnesota who was the first person drafted into the NBA after publicly acknowledging he suffers from mental illness before wearing out his welcome in Houston. ...
#BlackLivesMatter protest fills Mall of America rotunda; 25 arrested
Protesters with their arms in the air, chanting, "Hands up! Don't shoot!" walked through the Mall of America Saturday afternoon, while others gathered in the building's rotunda amid stories-high silver Christmas trees, chanting "Black Lives Matter." ...
The annotated Colbert finale
Thanks to Slate, there's now an annotated video of all the stars who sang at the end of Stephen Colbert's final show on Thursday night. ...
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