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Former Sen. Jim Webb announces run for White House
Webb, 69, represented Virginia for a single term beginning in 2007. The Democrat says the country "needs a fresh approach to solving problems." ...
Study proposes doubling down on chronically late rail service
Not surprisingly, the Empire Builder eastbound Amtrak train to Chicago is pulling into Winona at this hour about four-and-a-half hours late. The one that's due through here tomorrow is around 90 minutes behind schedule. What might be a solution to the misery? How about a second train each day? ...
Aspen Ideas Festival: Boies and Olson on Supreme Court's marriage equality ruling
Attorneys David Boies and Theodore B. Olson were asked this question: "Is the Supreme Court's marriage equality ruling the most consequential ruling in our lifetimes?" Boies and Olson say the right to marry is about equal protection of the law, and it's a constitutional right that cannot be taken a ...
Career breaks: How extended leave can be good for your career
Whether it's a month volunteering in South America, or two years taking pictures in Kazakhstan, Sherry Ott helps people take a career break. ...
Twiggy the water-skiing squirrel
Because sometimes the only thing going on the world that can hold our attention for longer than 30 seconds is a water-skiing squirrel, that's why. ...
Reelz comes to the rescue of homeless Miss USA pageant
Details about how the Minnesota-owned cable and satellite channel acquired rights to broadcast the pageant, which is a joint venture between Donald Trump and NBD, haven't been released. ...
Good weekend read: Emma Hooper's 'Etta and Otto and Russell and James'
If you're looking for a fun and thought-provoking read over the Fourth of July weekend, you might try Emma Hooper's debut novel. ...
'Battle Lines' graphic novel shows Civil War through panes of history
When the authors of the new graphic history of the Civil War began their project, they couldn't know that the Confederate flag would be so painfully relevant again. ...
MN officials: Let's be safe with July Fourth fireworks
With 60 to 70 Fourth of July injuries each year, state public safety officials are reminding Minnesotans to be careful around fireworks this weekend. ...
BP to pay $18.7 billion to settle Gulf Coast oil spill claims
The agreement with the U.S. government, five Gulf Coast states and more than 400 local governments comes five years after the Deepwater Horizon spill. ...
Greece's economic crisis, explained
Some believe a "Greek tragedy" with global implications is unfolding in Europe as world markets have been jumpy. ...
The unemployment rate is the ‘Big Lie’
The unemployment rate released every month by the Labor Department is mostly a crock. So why do we still care what it shows? ...
Maria exits Sesame Street
Sonia Manzano never got the same credit for helping raise your children that other characters on Sesame Street did. ...
How to stay safe from lightning strikes
A National Weather Service meteorologist dispels myths and offers practical tips for staying safe during thunderstorms. ...
How severe weather exacerbates climate change
Michael Mann, professor of meteorology at Penn State, joined the discussion. ...
Gas plant marks milestone for NE Minnesota power
Minnesota Power officials today will recognize the opening of the company's first natural gas fired power plant, an operation that used to run on coal. ...
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker entering 2016 presidential race
Aides say Walker plans to launch his long-expected run by filing the necessary paperwork Thursday. ...
With golf’s decline, West St. Paul debates its future
That golf is on the decline isn't much of a story anymore; it's been happening for years. But as more communities close down their public golf courses, a philosophical question begins to surface: Does everything have to make money? Or even break even? ...
Top Twins prospect Miguel Sano makes debut tonight
The Twins are calling up Sano in time for their four-game series against first-place Kansas City Royals. ...
Fourth of July: Where to watch fireworks in Minnesota
Fireworks fans have plenty of options with Independence Day quickly approaching. Check out this collection of nearly three dozen options around the state. ...
Right to Marry
The Supreme Court made a historic ruling as they declared same-sex couples have the right to marry in all 50 states. Do you support their ruling?
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