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Committee selects first round of Regents candidates
A list of recommended candidates for four seats on the University of Minnesota Board of Regents has been cut down to 17. ...
Post-election, Trump closes companies tied to Saudi Arabia
News of the move comes days before Trump was expected to describe changes he is making to his businesses to avoid potential conflicts of interest as the U.S. president. ...
Minneapolis receives $700K over defective 35W bridge memorial
Flaws in the memorial to Interstate 35W bridge collapse victims prompted litigation and now a $700,000 settlement to be paid to the city of Minneapolis. ...
Eagan security guard, man he shot worked for same company
Authorities say a man who was fatally shot by a security guard in a Twin Cities suburb worked for the same security company. ...
Overdose deaths rise in Minnesota, hitting young people and rural areas hard
At least 338 people died as a result of opioid overdoses in Minnesota in 2015, according to new CDC data. ...
Weekend snow; polar vortex delivers sub-zero next week
The Siberian Express has left the station, and it's heading for Minnesota. This could be the coldest air mass to hit the Twin Cities in nearly three years. ...
Trump expected to tap Goldman banker for economic post
President-elect Donald Trump is expected to name Goldman Sachs president Gary Cohn to an influential White House economic post, two people informed of the decision said Friday. ...
Trump's continued ties to 'Celebrity Apprentice' raise more conflict questions
The disclosure of the president-elect's involvement on the NBC show instantly raised questions on twin grounds -- that it could serve as a distraction and represent one more conflict of interest. ...
Some Dakota Access protesters beginning to leave
Harsh winter weather is forcing some protesters against the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline to leave a vast camp in North Dakota. ...
Alabama inmate coughed, heaved for about 13 minutes during execution
Ronald Bert Smith Jr. died by lethal injection late Thursday night, after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to stay his execution. A judge sentenced Smith to die for murdering a man in 1994. ...
President Obama orders review of alleged Russian hacking during 2016 campaign
Lisa Monaco, a White House homeland security adviser, says the president has directed the intelligence community to look into malicious cyberactivity during the 2016 election. ...
Adding a funny form of carbon to Silly Putty creates a heart monitor
Graphene comes in sheets barely an atom thick and is extremely good at conducting electricity. By adding the unusual form of carbon to Silly Putty, scientists created flexible sensors. ...
Former candidate provides an intervention for the DFL
Anyone who's ever covered the DFL knows that it can't get along. More than a few DFL chairpeople have decided that there are better ways to get the pain of a sharp stick in the eye than trying to herd the diverse interests in the party into a cohesive group with an actual strategy. Still, ...
Big business warns Trump against mass deportation
Still grappling with Donald Trump's surprise election, the nation's business community has begun to pressure the president-elect to abandon campaign-trail pledges of hard-line immigration policies that some large employers fear would hurt the economy. ...
Holiday gift idea: The ‘Happy Hour’ playset
It appears suckers are now being born at a greater rate than every minute. ...
Tribes suing over Dakota Access pipeline willing to put claims on hold
Two Sioux tribes suing over the Dakota Access pipeline say they're willing to put their claims on hold while the Army considers whether to allow the pipeline to cross under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota. ...
McConnell to coal-state Dems: Accept 4-month deal for miners
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he understands Democrats' frustration over health benefits for retired miners, but says they should "take yes for answer." ...
Atop machines of war, they rode into the sky
At the dawn of human exploration of space, astronauts, scientists and engineers used the most advanced - and destructive - weapons systems to push the boundaries of where humans could go. ...
Commentator: Don't stop arguing, complaining and fighting for 'identity politics'
No one seems to have a satisfying definition of "identity politics," but clearly we've been paying too much attention to race, gender and sexual orientation, right? Not so fast. ...
Worst fans? Football
Why has NFL football become less popular? Search us. But maybe the fact football fans are insufferable has something to do with it. ...
Should Minnesota expand the legality of marijuana to include recreational use instead of just for medical conditions?
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