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Hillary Clinton chooses Va. Sen. Tim Kaine as running mate
Hillary Clinton named Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine as her vice presidential running mate Friday, adding a centrist former governor of a crucial battleground state to the Democratic ticket. ...
Allina nurses offer deal on health insurance
In their last day of scheduled contract talks on Friday, nurses offered to eliminate two of their health insurance plans. In exchange, nurses want wages hikes of 4, 3 and 3 percent over three years, along with improved staffing and workplace safety. ...
Friday Roundtable: Your suggestions for changing the political tone in America
Our Roundtable guests evaluate listeners' ideas about the best way to make politics more civil in America. ...
Feeling sweaty, Minnesota? Blame the corn
Prairies once kept the region comfy in hot weather. But when cropland replaced prairies, the change jacked up the humidity. Why? Turns out that corn, soybeans and other crops sweat. A lot. ...
Ely resorts scramble to meet vacationer needs after storms
The Minnesota resort town is struggling to accommodate vacationers in the wake of one of the year's worst storms. At least one of the largest resorts in the area had to close for repairs. ...
Saturday severe risk, feeling 50 degrees cooler next weekend?
Get ready for another round of severe storms Saturday. ...
St. Paul's political convention history: The Prohibition Party's 1916 gathering
In 1916, the Prohibition Party gathered in St. Paul. The saloons were particularly quiet, according to writer Jack El-Hai ...
Ex-KKK leader David Duke signs up to run for US Senate seat
Duke, an avowed white supremacist, officially signed up Friday to run in Louisiana, saying "the climate of this country has moved in my direction." ...
First White House Eid celebration draws some Minnesota applause
Hundreds of Muslims packed the White House to mark the end of Ramadan for an evening of positive reflection about their community. ...
Jelly sandwich blamed for goalkeeper gaffe
This wasn't an easy week to win the Internet, but the Minnesota United FC came pretty close with its reaction to Wednesday's gaffe in which United keeper Sammy Ndjock threw the ball into his own goal. ...
Crews push to get the power on after northern Minn. storms
Despite progress restoring electricity to thousands of homes following Thursday morning's intense thunderstorms, it will be several more days before power returns to all of northeastern Minnesota. ...
Father arrested in fatal shooting of son in Blaine
Authorities say the 61-year-old father called Blaine police about 7 a.m. Friday and told them he had just shot his 38-year-old son. ...
Hillary Clinton to name pick for vice president on Friday
Hillary Clinton will introduce her running mate Friday, seeking to snatch attention from newly crowned Republican nominee Donald Trump just hours after he closed out his convention with a fiery and foreboding turn at the podium. ...
Summer Music Series: The Honeydogs
Indie-rockers The Honeydogs, led by Adam Levy, perform for MPR News' Summer Music Series. ...
After a shopkeeper dies, family eschews big money for his store
The best obituary for Allen Seletsky, of Boston, is the closed storefront that sits on a prime piece of land in the city that would bring a fortune to a corporation that would lease it if it could. ...
Klan leader, ‘overjoyed’ by presidential ticket, plans to run for Senate
It turns out we didn't see the end of former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke's political career after his conviction and prison term on felony charges. ...
Police give all-clear in Munich shooting; say suspect dead
An 18-year-old German-Iranian man opened fire in a crowded Munich shopping mall and a nearby McDonald's Friday night, killing nine people and wounding 16 others before killing himself. ...
Ex-Vikings head coach Dennis Green dies at 67
Green led the Minnesota Vikings from 1992 to 2001 during some of the team's most exciting and frustrating seasons, including the fateful 1998-99 campaign. ...
I-94 St. Paul shutdown tops Twin Cities weekend road woes
Interstate 94 closes in both directions tonight through Sunday afternoon between Lexington Parkway and Interstate 35E. So sigh deeply, then read the rest of the weekend road work hassles. ...
45 Olympic athletes from 2012, 2008 implicated in new doping tests
More than 20 athletes who won Olympic medals in Beijing are among those implicated. The new findings nearly double the number of implicated athletes from those games. ...
Did the Republican National Convention make you more confident or less confident that Donald Trump would make a good president?
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