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U.S.-Germany soccer match is showdown between world's 2 top teams
Second-ranked U.S. plays No. 1 Germany in a semifinal tonight. They're battling for a spot in Sunday's final. ...
The Byrds and Dylan teamed up for No. 1 hit 50 years ago
Fifty years ago today, "Mr. Tambourine Man" by the Byrds was the No. 1 song on the Billboard pop chart. ...
Got a second?
If you can stay up until close to midnight tonight, you'll get to tell your grandchildren about the time you stayed up until midnight for no good reason. At 11:59:59, the world will add one second to time. ...
Greece hours away from defaulting on IMF loan
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is urging Greeks to vote "no" in Sunday's referendum on proposals from the country's creditors. He says European leaders won't let Greece exit the eurozone. ...
Rather quiet end to June after hail pummels Twin Cities
There's a risk of scattered thunderstorms developing later today from northwest to central Minnesota. The rest of the week looks to favor dry skies and comfortable temperatures. ...
A defense of the Confederate flag
Wade Yarbrough, of Apple Valley, waded into hostile territory in today's Star Tribune with his op-ed urging restraint in judging people who fly the Confederate flag. ...
Dozens dead in Indonesia Air Force plane crash
The C-130 Hercules transport plane crashed shortly after takeoff today into a residential area in Medan, the country's third-largest city. ...
The Daily Digest: On commish pay, old is new again
Political news from Minnesota and Washington. ...
Household trash will power airliners
United Airlines will make a pretty significant announcement today. It will announce the first investment by a domestic airline in a company that will provide alternative fuel. Fulcrum, a California-based company, turns household trash into jet fuel. ...
Two residents, firefighters injured in Minneapolis house fire
The fire, on the 2700 block of 18th Avenue South, was reported at about 3:40 a.m. ...
Coming soon to your St. Paul library: Data tracking
The St. Paul Public Library plans join a growing number of libraries nationwide using data analysis software to gain insights on current patrons and find ways to attract new ones. But the initiative makes some privacy advocates nervous. ...
Loss of Export-Import Bank could affect Minnesota business
Since 2007, the bank has supported more than 200 Minnesota businesses and helped create $3 billion in state exports. Caught in a political dispute, its charter expires today. ...
'Rad American Women' puts new role models in the spotlight
Kate Schaatz's new children's book runs from Alice Baker to Zora Neale Hurston. ...
President pitches overtime rule that could raise wages for 5 million
The regulation, which retailers and restaurants likely will fight, would mean that all employees earning up to $50,440 a year would be guaranteed overtime pay, up from the current cap of $23,660. ...
Calhoun not the first lake with a controversial name
A petition to rename Lake Calhoun follows efforts to name other bodies of water in Minnesota whose names people found objectionable. ...
Family lost and found in Mary Anna King's new memoir
Mary Anna King's new memoir makes you laugh -- and makes you wonder if it's okay to laugh. ...
After a bumpy night, pleasant outlook Tuesday
As severe weather rolled through Minnesota Monday afternoon and evening, many parts of Hennepin county reported large hail. But Chisago county may have seen the largest: Three inch diameter hail was reported around 5 p.m. near Rush City. That’s about the diameter of a tennis ball! Golf ball- ...
Could Supreme Court decision lead to death of the gerrymander?
More than a half-dozen other states could implement independent redistricting commissions in the wake of the court's decision to uphold Arizona's commission. ...
Chamber of Commerce names new president
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce has named Doug Loon as its new president. He takes on a role long held by Dave Olson, who died last year. ...
MN student testing faces big cuts after lawmakers slash budget
Lawmakers halved Minnesota's testing budget during the special session, repealed several required high school tests and stopped paying for all juniors to take the ACT college entrance exam. ...
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