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Walz says he's running for governor in 2018
Minnesota DFL U.S Rep. Tim Walz, who's represented southern Minnesota for the past decade, brings a strong voice from greater Minnesota into the race. ...
Avalanche engulfs student trip in Japan, leaving at least 8 presumed dead
"Suddenly everything turned white," one student told local media. The Monday disaster hit a mountaineering training exercise that had drawn students and teachers from high schools across the region. ...
United Airlines: Customers 'welcome' to wear leggings
United Airlines says regular-paying flyers are welcome to wear leggings aboard its flights, even though two teenage girls were barred by a gate agent from boarding a flight from Denver to Minneapolis on Sunday because of their attire. ...
Elvis Costello customized 'Less Than Zero' lyrics for American listeners
The song is about Oswald Mosely, but when performing in America, Costello would change the lyrics so that it would be about Lee Harvey Oswald. He assumed Americans had never heard of Oswald Mosely. ...
Let’s talk swearing
We detect an odd theme in some news offerings this morning: Cursing and the science surrounding it. ...
Slow motion spring continues; peeks of sun ahead
Sun returns at times this week. ...
Marathoners carry runner to the finish line
We'll take a little humanity wherever we can find it these days. Here's a little humanity. In Philadelphia yesterday, a woman neared collapse at the end of a half-marathon she was running. ...
Tale as old as time: The dark appeal of 'Beauty and the Beast'
Disney's new live-action extravaganza is just the latest retelling of this classic fairy tale. But why do Beauty and her Beast have such a hold on us? And why are there so many versions of their tale? ...
Some help understanding budget politics at the Capitol
State lawmakers are discussing where to direct billions of dollars of your money. Broad-ranging tax and spending bills are moving through House and Senate committees and will start to reach floor votes this week. ...
Ted Koppel takes Sean Hannity to journalism school
It was like old times on the television on Sunday morning. There was Ted Koppel, patiently listening to the person he was talking to -- Sean Hannity -- shortly before destroying him on the question of the death of journalism. ...
Trump's agenda may be doomed unless he learns that 'little' stuff matters
The president showed little interest in policy details. If he continues to focus superficially on getting a win instead of learning, Republicans warn that his priorities will continue to be derailed. ...
Daily Digest: State budget work ramps up
Budget work started early at the Minnesota Capitol. ...
Too much experience to be hired? Some older Americans face age bias
Americans may see themselves working past retirement age, but to do that, they may face obstacles getting hired. New research shows that can be harder when you're older. ...
Breast-fed kids may be less hyper, but not necessarily smarter, study finds
Prior research points to an association between breast-feeding and higher intelligence, but a new study finds no causal link. The study does find that breast-fed kids are less hyperactive at age 3. ...
Schumer seizes on Trump team's offer to work with Dems
President Trump's aides opened the door to working with moderate Democrats on health care and other issues while Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer offered to find common ground with Trump for repairing Obamacare. ...
Trump plans office to bring business ideas to government
A senior administration official said President Trump on Monday will announce the White House Office of American Innovation. ...
Budget bills on fast track at state Capitol
Minnesota House and Senate committees will continue a push this week to complete major budget bills in order to meet earlier-than-usual deadlines. ...
Ranked-choice opponents push St. Paul to vote on voting, again
Opponents of ranked-choice voting, also called instant-runoff voting, say it has unnecessarily delayed results and hasn't delivered on supporters' promises. ...
Leggings? ‘Put on a dress,’ airline tells Minnesota-bound teens
United Airlines says it refused to allow two girls to get on a Sunday morning flight from Denver to Minneapolis because they poorly represented the airline. ...
Teens wearing leggings barred from United flight headed to Minneapolis
A United spokesman said the girls were not allowed onto the Sunday morning flight because they were traveling under an employee travel pass that includes a dress code. ...
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