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'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' will continue on with a new author
Knopf has released the cover for, and a few details about, the newest book starring Lisbeth Salander. ...
St. Paul shootout should rekindle concealed carry debate
An incident in Saint Paul yesterday afternoon should give everyone who likes to debate the concealed carry law a chance to say, 'See? I told you.' ...
U.S. Steel to idle part of Minntac; 680 layoffs expected
U.S. Steel said the layoffs are temporary. ...
To rediscover N. America, 5 friends paddle against the current
Over the years, the NewsCut staff has lived vicariously through the cross-country journeys of others. Quite often, they're canoe trips down the Mississippi River. We also have a fondness for those who paddle against the current, which is why it's worth noting today that five paddlers, four ...
TSA to stop searching for ‘bombs in the braids’
The Transportation Security Administration -- the pat-down people at the airport -- is going to stop searching black women's hair for no reason. ...
The golden age of public shaming
Author Jon Ronson writes about people who have raked over the coals on social media in his new book, "So You've Been Publicly Shamed." ...
Severe risk tomorrow, Dakota County updates siren policy
March goes out like the baby lamb it was most of the month. April arrives with a warm and thundery rumble. ...
Rolling Stones to play TCF Bank Stadium in June
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. April 13. American Express card members can buy tickets beginning April 8. ...
Indianapolis mayor: Religious law's backers 'missing the bigger trend'
Of his Republican colleagues at the state house, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard says, "Sometimes, they're having trouble understanding the breadth and the depth of what's happening here." ...
Soccer stadium contingent on ‘government money,’ landowner says
If he’s frustrated by it, Bill McGuire, the man behind the effort to bring MLS to downtown Minneapolis, can end the speculation on whether he’ll be seeking public subsidies for a new stadium anytime he wishes. He just has to answer the question. That he is shying away from the answer is ...
NewsCut: Front-page editorial slams Indiana religious freedom law
This morning, the Indianapolis Star isn’t like a lot of newspapers. It took the unusual step of putting an editorial against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act on the front page. ...
Our food-safety system is a patchwork with big holes, critics say
More than a dozen federal agencies play a part in keeping food from making Americans sick. ...
The Daily Digest: Indiana fallout grows
Your daily dose of Minnesota politics and policy. ...
Target Center boosters overstating its success
Some Minneapolis City Council members pushing for public money to renovate Target Center are calling it the nation's No. 3 concert venue. But there's some double counting at work. ...
Jungle Theater names new artistic director
Sarah Rasmussen directed the Jungle's production of "In the Next Room" in 2012. She described the experience as feeling like "coming home." ...
Should Minnesota physicians be able to prescribe lethal medications?
Three states — Oregon, Washington and Vermont — already have laws allowing physician-assisted deaths. ...
Walker Art Center plans $24M revamp of outdoor space
The project adds more green space along Hennepin Avenue and will landscape the 6.1 acre space to the west of the museum for better views of the Minneapolis skyline. ...
Springtastic Tuesday, thunder threat Wednesday
Bright warm sunshine. Light winds. Afternoon temps in the 60s. Spring takes hold in Minnesota this week. Get ready for one of the finest weather days of Spring 2015 Tuesday. ...
Report: NE Minnesota watersheds 'pristine'
The Lake Superior South, Big Fork and Nemadji River watersheds, which cover about 3,000 square miles, are made up mostly of forests and wetlands. ...
Photos: The making of a taconite mine
Building the Iron Range's first new taconite operation in four decades is no small feat. ...
Major League Soccer announced that Minnesota will be the home of a new Major League Soccer team. The owners also announced they want to build a new open-air stadium for the team. Do you think it should be funded through public subsidies or privately funded?
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