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U.N. report details possible war crimes by Islamic State militants
The report is based on interviews of some 500 witnesses, who related "apparent systematic and widespread" human rights abuses by the extremist group known as ISIS or ISIL. ...
How not to be a lawyer
Forbes tells the story of a Minnesota woman who went into debt to be a lawyer, and likely will never recover. ...
Rain today, snowy rumors swirling tomorrow?
The next wave of rain streaks northeast today across Minnesota. Look for showers to favor the afternoon hours for the Twin Cities as the next low pressure wave rides in from the southwest. ...
Texas officials: About 80 being monitored for Ebola
Officials are focusing on containment in trying to stem the possibility of the virus spreading beyond an infected man. ...
A ballet reinvents itself, in photos
Caroline Yang spent close to a year as an "embedded" photographer, documenting the ballet's transition to an artist-led organization. A gallery of the work opens Saturday. ...
Volcanoes, walruses, and the planet that puts on a show
Whether things are going good or bad, it's still an amazing planet. A couple of images drive this home today. ...
Hong Kong police warn protesters not to occupy government buildings
Hundreds of pro-democracy protesters have swarmed around the territory's administrative headquarters. State media is warning of "chaos" if the protests escalate. ...
Soil doctors hit pay dirt in Manhattan's Central Park
Scientists got a big surprise when they started digging — almost 170,000 different kinds of microbes. The urban park appears to measure up to wild places. ...
How St. Paul could have saved big money by ousting cafe earlier
The third largest settlement paid by the city could have been avoided, documents show. ...
Farewell, Red Panda
In the world of great athletes, Krystal Niu probably doesn't ring a bell. Unless you're an NBA fan, perhaps even Red Panda doesn't register. But which of the world's great athletes that you do know can ride a unicycle with one foot, while using the other foot to toss bowls on top of ...
The Daily Digest: Debate round up
Your daily round up of the most important political stories in Minnesota and beyond. ...
White House could be made a fortress, but should it?
It turns out the Secret Service isn't too good at protecting the White House, and maybe one reason is that we don't want it to be. ...
Obamacare's first year: How'd it go?
One year ago, federal insurance exchanges stumbled into existence. Consumers struggled to sign up for its online marketplace -- and the Obama administration was pummeled. Eventually, HealthCare.gov's problems were mostly fixed. ...
Football-friendly ticket policy angers some U students
A proposed resolution is asking the athletic department to drop its new bundling practices, and is asking for refunds for those who bought unwanted football tickets. ...
Photos: North Shore ablaze in color
The last week of September saw the hills around Lake Superior near Tofte and Lutsen explode into vibrant color. Like a magnet, the show attracted visitors by the thousands. ...
Getting water to crops when they're thirstiest pays off
A new project measures precise shifts in weather and soil moisture to help central Minnesota irrigators try to limit groundwater contamination. ...
Second man charged with robbery of State Fair craft beer exhibit
Federal authorities are handling the case because thousands of the customers who purchased beer during the Minnesota State Fair "were from out of state." ...
When can a big storm or drought be blamed on climate change?
It's a question scientists have struggled with for years. And now there's a new field of research that's providing some answers. It's called "attribution science." ...
Forecast changes ahead
“If you don’t like the weather in Minnesota, just wait 15 minutes.” -Anonomyous Or maybe 15 hours. Either way get ready for changeable skies over Minnesota the next few days. An undulating jet stream races overhead into next week. Up first, Thursday’s low pressure wave brings ...
Obama sidesteps midterm campaigning as approval ratings slump
Obama's approval ratings are underwater -- his job approval rating is somewhere in the low 40s. That means there are a lot of places where his presence would hurt more than it helps. ...
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