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Daily Digest: 2nd District debate
The candidates for congress in Minnesota's 2nd District found little to agree on during an hour long debate Thursday. ...
Presidential campaign enters its ‘Weird Al’ phase
The latest New York Times' op-doc features Yankovic and The Gregory Brothers teaming up to try to make us feel better, just as the dance band on the Titanic did. ...
American Academy Of Pediatrics lifts 'no screens under 2' rule
A new policy statement says kids as young as 15 months can learn from media when a caregiver is present and involved. ...
Trump, Clinton trade caustic barbs as roast turns bitter
The annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner is traditionally a time when campaign hostilities are set aside. Not this year. ...
Where to see Minnesota fall colors this week
Much of Minnesota is now past peak for leaf-peeping, but the good news is that if you head south, you'll still be able to see some vibrant red, gold and orange. ...
College costs a key issue for Minnesota middle class voters
The presidential candidates have talked about college tuition and debt and offered possible fixes to ease the burden on students and families. But there's ample doubt that any of the grand plans are politically achievable. ...
Those lights down the block may be for Diwali, not Christmas
The Hindu holiday draws adherents to the temple - and also to clean, string lights, set off fireworks and eat sweets. ...
Ogwumike lifts Sparks to WNBA title, beat Lynx 77-76
Nneka Ogwumike's short jumper with 3.1 seconds left gave the Los Angeles Sparks a 77-76 victory over the defending champion Minnesota Lynx for their first title in 14 years in the deciding game of the WNBA Finals on Thursday night. ...
Spectacular weekend ahead, why NOAA predicts harsh winter
Will early predictions of a bitterly cold winter hold up? ...
U.S. calls alleged theft by NSA contractor 'breathtaking' in longevity, scale
Federal prosecutors said in court documents that they plan to file Espionage Act charges against a former NSA contractor accused of stealing a huge trove of government secrets over 20 years. ...
The stark choice in Aleppo: Flee or face more attacks
Syria and Russia have paused the bombing of the Syrian city and told fighters to leave. But it's seen as part of a brutal strategy used elsewhere in Syria. ...
Minnesota prosecutors start reviewing BB gun convictions
Some felons could be released after the state Supreme Court ruled this week that BB guns are not firearms. ...
Senate Democrats want special session on spiking health insurance costs
Minnesota Senate Democrats asked Gov. Mark Dayton Thursday to call a special session of the Legislature -- before the election if possible -- to address rapidly rising health insurance costs. Republicans called it a pre-election stunt. ...
Novel offers a fierce hymn to troubled small towns
A Minnesota writer uses her skill at sharp storytelling to portray life in a place beset by hard times and hard drugs. ...
Chile's president wants to ease abortion ban, but opponents push back
Chile, one of the few countries that does not permit abortions under any circumstances, may amend its law to allow it in cases such as rape. But the measure is facing opposition from conservatives. ...
After a black woman is stopped by a white cop, the two consider the ‘what ifs’
In September, Arapahoe County (Colorado) sheriff's deputy Tom Finley responded to a call of a black man carrying a rifle in a 7-11 parking lot. It wasn't a man at all. It was a woman. And she was carrying golf clubs. ...
Lewis, Craig clash on health care, prior careers and Trump
Republican Jason Lewis and Democrat Angie Craig mixed it up repeatedly Thursday in a debate hosted by MPR News. They're running to replace retiring Rep. John Kline in Minnesota's 2nd Congressional District. ...
Dinosaurs down under may help explain prehistoric migrations
The remains of two titanosaur species discovered in Australia provide clues about how ancient plant-eaters proliferated. ...
'American Crime Story' to tackle the tale of a serial killer with Minnesota connections
The third season of the television show will tell the story of Andrew Cunanan, who killed fashion designer Gianni Versace in Florida in 1997 — after a killing spree that began in Minnesota just weeks before. ...
In 'Test Pilot,' a sister takes wing with the Wright brothers
A 'dance opera' explores Katharine Wright's role in her famous brothers' success. ...
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