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EPA decides not to ban a pesticide, despite its own evidence of risk
New EPA administrator Scott Pruitt has decided not to ban chlorpyrifos, a pesticide widely used on produce. That's despite evidence previously compiled by EPA showing it could pose risks to consumers. ...
Where Bob Dylan was while keeping silent about his Nobel Prize
Dylan received criticism last fall after greeting the announcement of his Nobel Prize for Literature with silence. It turns out he was just busy revisiting his artistic development. ...
Distraction citied as pedestrian deaths spiked in 2016
Pedestrian deaths are climbing faster than motorist fatalities, reaching nearly 6,000 deaths last year. ...
Daily Digest: Insurance and the environment
A deal on reinsurance, but the governor may not be on board. ...
Senate hearing to focus on Russian disinformation tactics
Sen. Mark Warner said the committee was investigating whether voters in key states might have been served up Russian-generated fake news and propaganda along with information from their traditional news outlets. ...
St. Paul hears from 2 superintendent finalists
The school board will interview its two finalists Thursday. St. Paul parents and community members had a chance to hear from the two candidates at a community meeting Wednesday night. ...
Ivanka Trump to be an official White House employee covered by ethics rules
She already has an office in the West Wing. "I have been working closely ... with the White House Counsel and my personal counsel to address the unprecedented nature of my role," she said. ...
North Carolina lawmakers, governor announce 'compromise' to repeal 'bathroom bill'
LGBT activists quickly said the bill would leave in place "the harms of the discriminatory HB2 law." The vote on the proposal is expected to be close. ...
Federal judge in Hawaii extends his block on Trump travel ban
U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson says the state of Hawaii has shown it is likely to succeed with its argument that the restrictions on travel from majority Muslim countries is unconstitutional. ...
Canadians report more scrutiny and rejection at U.S. border checkpoints
Immigration lawyers say they've seen a spike in the number of Canadians turned back at the U.S. border since January. But federal officials insist that no policies have changed on the American side. ...
Art Hounds: 'At Home with Monsters' offers a look into del Toro's imagination
This week, the Art Hounds recommend a creepy art exhibit, "The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin" and "Our Mighty Mississippi." ...
Review: Vets tell spellbinding stories in 'She Went to War'
Four women describe their experiences in a unique Guthrie show. ...
A new history of America's 'working class'
Historian William Jones explores how the American workforce has been transformed over the past hundred years, and what "the working class" really is. ...
In U.S. restaurants, bars and food trucks, 'modern slavery' persists
A new report highlights victims of human trafficking in the food industry, from farm workers to restaurant cooks and wait staff. Some victims are exploited for both sex and labor. ...
Edge of showers, sun returns Friday
Milder days return this weekend. ...
Brain tumor doesn’t stop Wisconsin couple’s wish to adopt a boy
Caleb David Duda was just 2 when he was placed in the foster home of Dave and Amanda Duda of Milwaukee. He'd been abused and neglected and even at 2, had multiple placements in foster homes. His birthparents' terminated their rights. That was April 2014. ...
Appetites: A guide to warm-weather wine
The senior editor of Growler Magazine offered a guide to rose wine, broken down by region, style, taste and food pairings. ...
4 charged in multi-state sex trafficking ring
Local operations included Fargo, St. Louis Park, Oakdale, Blaine, St. Paul, Maplewood and even a house in Cottage Grove, said Washington County Attorney Pete Orput. ...
Crayola to retire a color; but which one will it be?
Crayola says the announcement revealing which color is getting retired will be livestreamed on Facebook on Friday morning. ...
UND cuts women’s hockey program
Hockey is pretty big in Grand Forks. But not for women. Not anymore, apparently. ...
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