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'Device,' possibly a small drone, discovered on White House grounds
The White House says a device was found on the grounds of the executive mansion overnight, but adds it posed no threat to the first family. ...
Are citywide bans on medical marijuana production and sales prudent?
"As we understand it, federal law prohibits the sale of marijuana so credit card companies do not work with dispensaries," Bloomington planning manager Glen Markegard said. "Therefore the public ... has to bring cash. That presents unique security considerations." ...
Irish High Court approves Medtronic-Covidien deal
Twin Cities-based Medtronic is expected to officially become an Irish enterprise on Monday. ...
Compared to the Northeast, the Midwest doesn’t know snow
The snow hadn't even started falling yet in the northeast's 'historic' snowstorm when Minnesotans and other Midwesterners were taking to Twitter to joke about the East's ignorance of what to do when it snows. ...
Cottage Grove high school teacher fatally shot; suspect in custody
A 19-year-old Pine Springs man is in custody in connection with the shooting death of a Twin Cities-area high school teacher early Saturday. ...
Northeast braces for massive blizzard
Parts of the northeast are bracing for as much as 2 feet of snow. ...
13-year-old boy's death under investigation in Eagan
Authorities were called to an Eagan home just after 11 a.m. Sunday on a report that the boy was "unresponsive and bleeding from an unspecified wound," police said. ...
The Daily Digest: Dayton’s budget plans coming
Your daily dose of Minnesota politics and policy. ...
Police data show many circumstances lead to deadly force
Police in Minnesota have shot and killed at least 60 people since 2008. The stories behind the numbers show the myriad ways these sometimes-volatile encounters can turn deadly. ...
Jeff Clements, author of 'Corporations Are Not People.'
Attorney Jeff Clements is the co-founder of a national non-partisan campaign called "Free Speech For People" and the author of a new book, "Corporations Are Not People." Jeff Clements says America's campaign finance system is a constitutional crisis and a crisis for democracy. He spoke at the Clinto ...
Hip-hop collective Doomtree disconnects to make new album
Doomtree's newest album comes out Tuesday. To make it, the group went as far as renting a cabin without cell reception in order to get away from interruptions. ...
Obama proposes new protections for Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
The U.S. Department of Interior says the new recommendations have the potential to be one of the largest conservation measures "since Congress passed the visionary Wilderness Act over 50 years ago." ...
Green Line train hits pedestrian
The accident occurred around 10 p.m. Saturday night near the intersection of University Ave. and Lexington Parkway. ...
Minnesota National Guard cancels Liberia deployment
Members of the Minnesota National Guard won't be going to Liberia to help fight Ebola after all. ...
It took football to get people interested in physics
If you write a news blog for a living, there's not much better than a debate breaking out on it over a scientific calculation. ...
MnSCU meets most goals set by Legislature
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities officials have made four out of five targets set by lawmakers. ...
Bloomington to consider moratorium on medical marijuana facilities
The Bloomington City Council is set to vote Monday on a proposed one-year moratorium barring medical marijuana production and sales facilities in the city. ...
U.S., India announce new ties during Obama's trip
President Obama announced Sunday that the U.S. and India have made progress on civilian nuclear trade, defense and climate change issues. ...
Celebrate Minnesota Writers Week on The Daily Circuit
The Daily Circuit catches up with five local writers. ...
Hennepin County Sheriff investigates stun gun-related death
The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a man who hit his head after a Brooklyn Center police officer shot him with a stun gun. ...
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