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Faces of the Fair: Blue Barn
The 1,800-square-foot, two-story, big blue barn is a 24/7 operation for the 12 days of the fair. When the employees aren't making food and serving customers, they're taking deliveries and prepping for the next day's customers. ...
Jonathan Franzen on writing: It's an 'escape from everything'
The author of 'The Corrections' and the new novel 'Purity' likens writing to losing himself in a dream. "When it's really going well ... you're in a fantasy land and feeling no pain," he says. ...
Are 'trigger warnings' dumbing down college?
In colleges across the country, 'trigger warnings' are being implemented in classrooms to warn students of potentially offensive material — but some people say that the warnings are keeping students from having to think critically. ...
Photos: A rich stream of color and faces at State Fair
Photographer David Bowman is drawn to the celebration of the last week of summer in a state where it is cold much of the year. ...
U.S. stocks fall sharply on bleak Chinese manufacturing report
The drop dashed hopes that, after some relatively calm trading on Friday and Monday, the stock market's wild swings were coming to an end. ...
What moves an economy forward?
Why creativity, innovation and risk-taking are key determinants of economic health. ...
Daudt: Black Lives Matter protesters 'incredibly disrespectful' to police
Minnesota Republican House Speaker Kurt Daudt has joined the criticism of a chant heard Saturday during a Black Lives Matter protest outside the State Fairgrounds. ...
Police in Illinois hunt for 3 suspects after officer killed
The officer told dispatchers he was chasing three men on foot in the city of Fox Lake, 55 miles north of Chicago. He was found with a gunshot wound and later died, police said. ...
St. Paul man snags his second big Minnesota Lottery prize
Jeffrey Bock won $100,000 on an All or Nothing drawing, months after winning $20,000 on a scratch off game, state lottery officials said Tuesday. ...
When the rape culture ‘poisons’ a victim of rape
Former Pretenders front woman Chrissie Hynde put people in an uncomfortable position of criticizing a rape victim for her response to rape with her comments to an interviewer about her new book. ...
College students object to reading bestselling, 'pornographic' memoir
Duke University selected Alison Bechdel's graphic novel memoir, "Fun Home," for all incoming freshman to read. But that sparked a conversation among students, some of whom said reading the book would be immoral. ...
MN ISIS suspects back in court Wednesday as judge weighs next steps
A judge will consider pretrial motions ranging from whether the government should disclose informants used in the case to whether the defendants should be given supervised release while they await trial. ...
Many Minnesota schools show progress closing achievement gap
Nearly two-thirds of Minnesota schools are on track to lower achievement gaps in reading and math 50 percent by 2017, the Minnesota Department of Education said Tuesday as it released new data. ...
Court: Tribal kids weren’t targets of hockey game hate
Trace O'Connell, the South Dakota man accused of spilling beer and taunting Native American children at a hockey game in January, has been acquitted of a disorderly conduct charge stemming from the incident. ...
Federal judge orders Kentucky clerk and her staff to court
Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk in Kentucky, refused to issue any marriage licenses on Tuesday, saying she is waiting for the result of an appeal. Davis cited religious objections for her actions. ...
Busting up the party: The visceral appeal of Donald Trump
How Donald Trump is winning hearts, if not minds on the campaign trail. ...
'Why We Work': It's more than money
A recent Gallup poll found that only 13 percent of workers feel engaged by their jobs. So why is everyone doing something they don't enjoy? Barry Schwartz tries to find an answer. ...
Rochester man arrested in fatal shooting at mobile home park
The man was arrested Tuesday morning after several hours of a standoff that ended after officers fired a chemical irritant into a home. ...
Documentary: Examining the Nuclear Deal with Iran
Documentary from the America Abroad series. An in-depth look at the Iran nuclear deal and a review of ten years of negotiations with Iran. You'll hear from Obama and Bush administration negotiators and from people in Tehran and Tel Aviv. ...
GOP presidential hopeful Rubio coming for MN fundraiser
Supporters of Florida U.S. senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio will pay $1,000 per person next week for a VIP reception in Minneapolis. ...
Minnesota State Fair
The Minnesota State Fair kicks off this week in St. Paul. Will you be attending the fair?
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