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Morgan Stanley will pay $3.2B for contributing to mortgage crisis
The investment bank, agreeing that it misrepresented the risk and value of mortgage-backed securities, reached the settlement deal with state and federal authorities. ...
Love giant insects? Meet the tree lobster, back from the brink
The 8-inch insect nearly went extinct when hungry rats overran its island. But Melbourne scientists found a few in 2001 and started a thriving colony. Now the San Diego Zoo is hatching them, too. ...
Judge rejects Minnesota ISIS suspects' 'combatant immunity' claim
A federal judge has dismissed arguments made by men allegedly trying to join ISIS that they are enemy combatants and so should have conspiracy murder charges against them tossed out. ...
Finding your Minnesota caucus site only a click away
Minnesota voters can weigh in on presidential race come March 1. Knowing where to go is half the battle. ...
Michelle Janning: 'Why Love Letters Matter, Even in the Digital Age'
Some things to think about before Valentine's Day. Sociologist Michelle Janning's research looks at "Why Love Letters Matter, Even in the Digital Age." She found that women save more of these letters, but men look at them more often. How do handwritten cards and letters, or emails and facebook messa ...
In scientific breakthrough, a ‘win’ for the value of wonder
Sometimes, it's hard for mere mortals to grasp the genius of Einstein. ...
Minnesota bar owner, manager charged in Wisconsin beer run
Authorities got a tip last April that Maple Tavern in Maple Grove was illegally importing and selling Spotted Cow beer. ...
In milestone, scientists detect waves in space-time as black holes collide
A U.S.-led team says it has seen gravitational waves from two black holes merging together. It is the first time humanity has directly detected such waves. ...
Fans flex muscle, soccer team owners back down
Here's another reason why soccer is better than most mainstream sports: Its fans don't take ticket-price increases lying down. ...
Roseville officers fatally shoot man who stabbed police dog
Roseville Police Chief Rick Mathwig says officers were called to an apartment building about 10 p.m. Wednesday because neighbors heard pounding coming from the man's unit. ...
Wynonna Judd out with new music
The singer is out with new music, but not with her mother Naomi. ...
Like millennials, more older Americans steering away from driving
Americans of all ages are tossing away the keys and giving up their driver's licenses, a new study shows. Cars are being replaced by bikes, public transit and ride-hailing services. ...
1,000 Words: The cop and the distraught woman
The most fascinating element of my talk with one of the Willmar police officers who finished the snow shoveling that killed an 84-year-old man was this statement of his: "I didn't even tell my wife." I thought of that this morning when I looked at this photo that's racing around the InterTu ...
Bruce Springsteen memoir coming in September
Bruce Springsteen's memoir will be published in September. The title, of course, is "Born to Run." ...
Underground Soudan science lab going out of favor
The University of Minnesota's underground science lab at the old Soudan Mine site is being overtaken by other labs deeper underground. ...
Arctic into Saturday, February thaw next week
In the next week we enjoy all that an erratic El Nino-fueled Minnesota winter has to offer. ...
Report: Wis. assault on public unions has mostly worked
It was five years ago today that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker 'dropped the bomb,' in his words, introducing legislation to strip public employee unions of their right to collective bargaining. It was a move that split Wisconsin and led to weeks of protests. How has it worked out? ...
Sex offender relocation to St. Paul neighborhood stirs questions, some concern
Oliver Lenell Dority served 13 years in prison for raping two women, then was civilly committed in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program. He'll be the fourth person provisionally discharged since 2012. ...
Daily Digest: Thursday roundup
Some items in the news as you begin your Thursday. ...
Democratic debate: 4 things to watch tonight
Sanders and Clinton meet Thursday night in Milwaukee. It will be their first face-to-face matchup since Tuesday's New Hampshire primary where Sanders beat Clinton by more than 20 points. ...
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