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Fair foodies: Your Friday Roundtable
Kerri Miller talked with three regional chefs about the people who inspired their love of food, the ingredients that excite them and the dishes that still elude them. ...
Fun with ants and iPhones
A video of ants and an iPhone reminds us why we like the sciences so very much. ...
U.N. calls on European Union to accept 200,000 refugees
Also: The father of a 3-year-old Syrian boy who drowned in the Aegean Sea buries his family, and in Hungary, 2,300 migrants at a refugee camp near the Serbian border have threatened to break out. ...
Unemployment rate dips to 5.1 percent amid 173,000 new jobs
The latest job-creation figure fell short of economists' forecasts. But the reports from the Department of Labor added a total of 44,000 jobs to the tallies for June and July. ...
'Living While Dying' episode 13: Teaching doctors
Bruce Kramer helps medical students understand the patient's point of view. ...
40 years ago: 'Get Down Tonight' hits No. 1
The song became the first of five chart-topping singles for KC and the Sunshine Band. ...
Gophers come up short against No. 2 TCU
MPR News host Cathy Wurzer spoke with Howard Sinker, a digital sports editor for the Star Tribune, about what the Gophers' performance tells us about how well the team will do the rest of the season. ...
Michael Tonder: Art to inspire conversation about suicide
An art exhibit -- "What's Left: Lives Touched by Suicide" -- aims to start a conversation and opens tonight in Grand Rapids, Minn. ...
Merle Haggard doesn’t like country music anymore
Country music long ago lots its soul. Like other genres, the formulaic recipe for a hit turned it into wallpaper, even though it appears to be as popular as ever. Sure, legend Merle Haggard sounds like everyone's parent, telling the kids to turn that noise down, but it's still Merle Haggard ...
After 41 years, a friendship forged in football ends
In a perfect world there would be happy endings to stories about cancer, but there's nothing perfect about cancer, of course. ...
Summer ends hot and humid
High dew points and hot temperatures are helping Minnesota ring out the final days of the fair. ...
Kentucky clerk's office issues same-sex marriage license
A deputy clerk issued the license, while the elected country clerk spent the morning in jail. A gay couple who had tried five times before, finally got their marriage license. ...
August jobless data to influence Fed's decision on hiking interest rates
The monthly jobs report could tip the balance for the Federal Reserve. Policymakers are weighing whether to raise the Fed's official interest rates later this month. ...
Speaker of Iran's Parliament suggests prisoner swap
In a new sign that Iran might consider freeing Jason Rezaian, a powerful Iranian politician tells NPR that there are ways to liberate the Washington Post reporter and other prisoners. ...
Daily Digest: Rep. Kline to hang it up
Some items in the news to consider before you begin your holiday weekend. ...
The big business of storing stuff
The Rush nightclub, along Highway 61 in Cottage Grove has been closed for quite awhile. At one time it was a country bar and if there's one thing that should do well in Cottage Grove, it's a country western bar. But it didn't. ...
U of M rolls out new policy defining sexual consent
As classes at the U of M Twin Cities are about to begin, the school is telling students about its new "affirmative sexual consent" policy. ...
Faces of the fair: Justus, young goat farmer
Justus Larson lives on a farm in Franklin Township, Minn., with three goats, plus several cats and chickens. This year was his first competing at the fair with 4-H. ...
Image of dead Syrian child shakes up media coverage of refugee crisis
The photographs of 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi, his lifeless body washed up onto a Turkish beach, forced the current refugee crisis onto front pages, home pages and Facebook feeds across the world this week. ...
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