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Mpls. schools start search for new chief as Johnson exits
Bernadeia Johnson said Tuesday she'll leave in January. The board may launch a nationwide search, but some say the best choice may be in-house. ...
Video: A steampunk 'whodunit'
The Red Ribbon Society, a non-profit and all-volunteer organization devoted to steampunk, hosts regular mystery events -- murder mystery parties set in the Victorian era with steampunk backdrop. Players interact with the cast members from the Red Ribbon Society to solve the mystery. ...
John Cleese: Early on, he had good timing, but not much else
Performing live comedy is like "a series of little scientific experiments," says John Cleese. "When you do comedy in front of an audience, they are the ones who tell you whether it's funny or not," he tells Fresh Air's Dave Davies, and each subsequent night on stage is an experiment in making jokes ...
Sony cancels Christmas Day release of 'The Interview' amid threats
The move came after the largest U.S. movie theater chains said they won't screen the film in the wake of threats against them by a group that also allegedly hacked Sony's internal documents. ...
25 years ago, 'Darkness Visible' broke ground detailing depression
Renee Montagne talks to writer Andrew Solomon, who has chronicled his own battle with depression, about how William Styron's work opened up discussions of mental illness. ...
Mall of America seeks to deter 'Black Lives Matter' demonstration
Mall officials want to stop a protest against police brutality planned at the mall on Saturday. Organizers say they expect 2,000 people. ...
Appetites: Where to spend Christmas with your 'chosen family'
Dining critic Mecca Bos offers her choices for where to spend Christmas if your idea of fun doesn't match the traditional greeting card images. ...
How to make a festive holiday cocktail
How to make an easy, accessible and sparkling holiday drink. ...
2 Minnesota teens honored for rescuing fishermen
Long Lake Fire Chief James Van Elyll says the November incident could have ended tragically if not for the quick thinking of the young men. ...
MNsure: Nearly 50,000 signed up for Jan. 1 health coverage
Total enrollment in public and private health plans through MNsure jumped 32 percent between Dec. 13 and Dec. 16, the exchange says. ...
To the moon with Margaret Hamilton
The lunar missions and, later, the Skylab program relied on the work of a remarkable young mathematician named Margaret Hamilton, a pioneering software engineer. ...
Church of England names its first female bishop
Rev. Libby Lane has been a parish priest for two decades years. On Jan. 26 she will become the first female bishop since the church was founded five centuries ago. ...
Rate of uninsured adults in Minnesota falls to record low
About 135,000 Minnesota adults ages 18 to 64 years old secured health coverage over the past year, a jump that drove down the uninsured rate for that group, officials say. ...
Photos: Celebrating Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Hundreds of parishioners gathered to honor the Virgin of Guadalupe on December 12, 2014, at the Church of the Risen Savior in Burnsville, Minnesota. The Catholic church celebrated the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe with music, dancing, tamales and evening Mass. ...
Rubio denounces U.S. shift on Cuba relations
"This is going to do absolutely nothing to further human rights and democracy in Cuba," says the Republican senator from Florida. ...
Polls show Cuban-American views on U.S.-Cuba relations are nuanced
With news that the United States will work toward re-establishing diplomatic relations with Cuba and easing the embargo, there is already talk about the reaction in the Cuban-American community. ...
How Target breach could change company hacking security
If a ruling against the retailer holds, it could set a precedent wherein companies can be sued for negligence in "failing to respond to warnings from security software." ...
MSP: Renovations will speed airport security lines
Construction starts in April on a 10 lane checkpoint in the main terminal. Officials hope to cut the average wait time to about 12 minutes. ...
Man's release is latest test for Minn. sex offender program
A rapist held indefinitely in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program will begin living in a supervised group home in Le Center. It's the program's first release outside the Twin Cities. ...
Sun returns as winter trends sunnier
We bottom out today as temps stagger into the lower 20s. Temps moderate the rest of the week as winds shift into the south on the back side of retreating Canadian high pressure. ...
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