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France, Russia agree to fight ISIS together
French President Francois Hollande on Thursday secured a pledge of cooperation from Russian President Vladimir Putin. ...
White House undergoes holiday lockdown after man jumps fence
A man draped in an American flag has climbed over the fence at the White House, prompting a lockdown as the first family celebrates Thanksgiving. ...
Holiday shoppers get a head start on Thanksgiving
According to the National Retail Federation, nearly 60 percent of holiday shoppers have already started holiday shopping as of Nov. 10. ...
Trump called out for appearing to mock disability
Donald Trump denied Thursday that he mocked a reporter with a disability in a South Carolina speech. ...
NASA probe prepares for final pass around Ceres
Studying Ceres, the largest object in the belt between Mars and Jupiter, should help researchers gain a better understanding of how our solar system formed. ...
Charges: Man abducted, assaulted teen; kept him shackled
The victim escaped Tuesday and went to a neighbor's for help. ...
Authorities identify 2 men found shot dead in Minneapolis
The men were found Sunday, in a remote corner of the parking lot on Franklin Avenue. A third man was injured. ...
Earth selfie: A southern hemisphere summer
This week, clear skies over Australia await Antarctic storms reaching northward. ...
4 tips for a feud-free family gathering
Millions of Americans will sit down together over the coming weeks to break bread, catch up, reminisce and do their best to avoid talking about embarrassing or hot-button issues. Many will fail. ...
Reinvention and flying cars: Your weekly reading list
This week, follow the reincarnating NASA aircraft, meet the algae-infused salamanders and travel in style with some flying cars. ...
Wintry Thanksgiving mix, 40 again by Sunday?
A low pressure wave trails a cold front through Minnesota Thanksgiving Day. The resulting mix of icy precipitation and snow should be enough to produce some snow-covered and slick roads, especially southeast of the Twin Cities. ...
Lead architect picked for pro soccer stadium in St. Paul
Projects designed by Kansas City-based Populous include the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Target Field and University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium. ...
Photos: Celebrating Minnesota's natural wonders
Tyler Anderson said he has "never been what you would call an artist person." But his creative side is finding its voice on Instagram, where Anderson shares his view of Minnesota. ...
Deaths persist in youth and student football despite safety efforts
At least 19 young football players have died so far in 2015. Pediatricians are calling for changes in the way the game is played, including a move to non-tackle games. ...
Busted: EPA discovers Dow weedkiller claim, wants it off the market
Dow AgroSciences, which sells seeds and pesticides to farmers, made contradictory claims to different parts of the government about its latest herbicide. The EPA now wants to cancel Dow's legal right to sell the product. ...
Students, staff, faculty call for Rochester college president's removal
A letter from faculty, staff and students describes "grave concern" over leadership of RCTC's president. ...
Officers involved in fatal Columbia Heights shooting identified
The Department of Public Safety says Columbia Heights Sgt. Erik Johnston and Fridley Officer Shawn Murphy shot 45-year-old Michael Kirvelay of Montrose after he refused to show his hands. ...
Appetites: Celebrating Thanksgiving with indigenous foods
"I would love for people to look at their Thanksgiving table without changing a thing and discuss where those foods came from," said Heid Erdrich, author of "Original Local." ...
1,000 Words: The Obama kids
This is the day of the year when the president pardons a turkey at the White House and for seven years, Malia and Sasha Obama have been good soldiers for the photo-op. Today was no different. They stood by their father's side for the cause of tradition on the day we realized -- again --that tim ...
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