House impeachment report looks at abuse, bribery, corruption

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., leaves an event with House Democrats before passing the Voting Rights Advancement Act to el

Previewing potential articles of impeachment, the House Democrats on Saturday issued a lengthy report drawing on history and the Founding Fathers to lay out the legal argument over the case against President Donald Trump's actions toward Ukraine.

Boy's family shocked by charges after social media frenzy about Eagan park

A photo of the Eagan police Facebook post, including a mask.

The 11-year-old was charged with disorderly conduct and misdemeanor fifth-degree assault, and a judge ordered a kind of probation. But the family's lawyer said he was a "kid being a kid."

On military bases, the dangers increasingly come from the inside

Boots for fallen soldiers are seen during a memorial service for the 13 people killed at Fort Hood Army Base in Texas, on Nov. 10, 2009.

Many question whether the military has done enough to ensure that soldiers and sailors are safe.

Pentagon chief plans to shift US focus to China and Russia

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper

Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Saturday he still plans to shift the American military's focus to competing with China and Russia, even as security threats pile up in the Middle East.

Charges: Brainerd hunter illegally killed, dismembered 700-pound black bear on Red Lake reservation

A photo that circulated on Facebook showed Brett Stimac posing with the bear federal authorities say was illegally killed.

Brett Stimac is charged with trespassing on Indian lands to kill the bear.



Michelle Kennedy grabbed a pack of cigarettes behind the counter for a customer at Vernon BP gas station in Edina.

Minnesota takes in millions each year from tobacco, but where does the money go?

Minnesota counties resist costly payments for Department of Human Services errors
Vigil held for mother killed in Minneapolis domestic slaying
Did Otter Tail County hang the right man in 1891?

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Wild sticking with same group to close out road trip vs. Hurricanes

Wild sticking with same group to close out road trip vs. Hurricanes

Vikings' rookie class is most influential in years
Gophers volleyball sweeps Fairfield to reach NCAA second round
Gone in a flash: Ahead with 1.1 seconds to play, Wolves lose in OT

Scores, schedules, and stats
For South High senior Jordan Dotson, the Step Up program “has been one of the best experiences of my life. I’ve gone from filing papers to finaliz

Accomplished Minneapolis South High senior is a top student, creative soul and Best Buy veteran

Mayo Clinic calls up physician from the farm for 'platform' project
Schafer: Low interest rates mean recalculating the retirement income formula
Twin Cities apartments add 'entertainment suites' to woo downsizing baby boomers

An image from “Nothing Beats a Londoner,” a Nike ad that captured “Commercial of the Year” honors in the 2019 British Arrows Awards. The Arrow

Rash Report: Competing visions for British voters, and viewers

More help for those without homes
Sack cartoon: The process
Readers Write: Fossil fuel divestment, farm crisis, state budget surplus, decriminalizing sex work


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The Sugarbush Ski Trail System cuts through the Superior National Forest in the Lutsen-Tofte area.

Where to hit the slopes or trails for a wintry Minnesota getaway

The New Standards delight with holiday-show surprises John C. Reilly, the Suburbs and Wallets
From blankets to phone cases, this Minnesota designer creates 'Ojibwe contemporary art for all'
Where to find the last old-school Mold-A-Rama souvenir vending machine in Minnesota

Turn the 'getting' season into 'gratitude' season with help from Twin Cities nonprofit

Sarah Aadland has gathered loads of research confirming that altruistic kids are happy kids. And what better time than December to practice?

Anderson: Gunsmithing is ancient trade steeped in modern demands

Larry Ahlman was 21 when his dad, "Cap" Ahlman, died in 1964, leaving his son a small southern Minnesota gunsmithing business saddled with $20,000 in unpaid bills.

Schafer: Cost-sharing pools don't solve the real problem in health care

A short video entitled “How Does Sedera’s Medical Cost Sharing Work?” on the website of Sedera Health leaves at least one big question unanswered —…




House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is confronting a difficult set of issues that requires agreement with Republicans controlling the Senate, not to mention th

Impeachment collides with funding deadline, testing Congress

No malarkey: Biden courts Iowans, balances national campaign
Advocacy group says stronger PFAS restrictions taken out of military spending bill
Alabama doesn't appeal injunction blocking abortion ban

Police vehicles block the entrance to the Pensacola Air Base, Friday, Dec. 6, 2019 in Pensacola, Fla. The US Navy is confirming that a shooter is dead

Saudi students held on Florida naval base after fatal shooting

2 children in North Carolina charged with manslaughter
Aging survivors return to Pearl Harbor to recall '41 attack
On military bases, the dangers increasingly come from the inside

FILE - In this Wednesday, May 9, 2018 file photo, Hua Qu, the wife of detained Chinese-American Xiyue Wang, poses for a photograph with a portrait of

Iran frees Chinese-American scholar for US-held scientist

Germany's Merkel voices 'shame' during 1st Auschwitz visit
French protest retirement changes, travel disruptions abound
US opens first round of resurrected peace talks with Taliban

Vikings center Garrett Bradbury.

Vikings' rookie class is most influential in years

Thielen misses practice again; expected to miss fourth straight game
Hartman: Treadwell's second chance with Vikings is paying off
No. 18 Baylor beats No. 12 Arizona 63-58 in freebie for fans

Wild sticking with same group to close out road trip vs. Hurricanes

Wild sticking with same group to close out road trip vs. Hurricanes

The Wild in the playoffs? Suddenly, the notion isn't so far-fetched
Wild recalls Nico Sturm; moves Koivu, Pateryn to injured reserve
Hitting road (over and over), Wild ending historic stretch away from X

Gophers opposite Stephanie Samedy scored a point against Fairfield during the first set.

Gophers volleyball sweeps Fairfield to reach NCAA second round

Tide is turning: Multiple bowl projections now have Gophers playing Alabama
After all that drama, it's back to Buckeyes vs. Badgers for Big Ten title
Gophers hockey loses to No. 7 Ohio State in overtime

Michelle Kennedy grabbed a pack of cigarettes behind the counter for a customer at Vernon BP gas station in Edina.

Minnesota takes in millions each year from tobacco, but where does the money go?

Why doesn't Minnesota's governor pardon the ceremonial turkey?
Why are there so many water towers in Minnesota — and what do they do?
Who are all those people hanging out on sidelines during Vikings games?

Caroline Kennedy, daughter of former President John F. Kennedy., smashes a bottle on the bow of the ship as she christens of the nuclear aircraft carr

Caroline Kennedy christens father's namesake carrier

Cranston among celebrities at New Orleans Orpheus parade
Caroline Kennedy to christen carrier named after her father
Final album for slain rapper XXXTentacion drops in Miami

Remember this ole thing?

Minnesotans have filled old-fashioned phone line with positive messages for 25 years

Minnesota nonprofit, technical college make instruments affordable for young musicians
Turn the 'getting' season into 'gratitude' season with help from Twin Cities nonprofit
Couple finds novel way to downsize after 45 years in the same house