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Clinton wins historic nomination, says glass ceiling cracked

Former President Bill Clinton called his wife, Hillary Clinton, a "change-maker" in his speech Tuesday night during the second day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

On a night awash in history, Hillary Clinton triumphantly became the first woman to lead a major American political party toward the White House, breaking through a barrier that painfully eluded her eight years ago.

U creates sex-assault panel to weigh in on discipline

Under the plan, training will be increased for those deciding whether to discipline accused students.

Plan to reconnect Cedar-Riverside, downtown Mpls. hits roadblock

A rendering of the proposed Samatar Crossing, which would replace a freeway ramp near Cedar-Riverside.

The idea, called "Samatar Crossing" in tribute to the city's first Somali politician, was a parting priority for former Mayor R.T. Rybak.

Waseca teen opts for felony conviction over probation in bomb plot

John Ladue and his father, David, walked down the steps in front of the Waseca County Courthouse.

John LaDue has said he believes a felony conviction may not hurt his job prospects as much as he first feared.

Scott County judge reprimanded for 'accusatory, hostile and discourteous comments'

Judge Rex Stacey has faced past censure over actions on bench.

Rain fell on granite pavers on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis in 2010.

Want a piece of '90s Minneapolis? Nicollet Mall granite for sale

Minneapolis tenants seek over $1 million in sanctions against landlord
Unlicensed hit-and-run driver who killed Albert Lea woman gets two years
Beleaguered Viking ship sails for Chicago; Duluth fate uncertain
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Chuck Aoki, a paralympic rugby player, helped Givenson Thimjon, 6, with shoulder pads during his shift at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Money matters: Olympic hopefuls go for the green before the gold

They're still favored but early departures will test Buckeyes
A problem Pitino's glad to have: Tight competition for playing time
Souhan: From bleachers to bunkers, Hazeltine preps for Ryder Cup
Scores, schedules and stats
Buffalo Wild Wings ended a streak of missed profit expectations.

Buffalo Wild Wings announces higher profits, but per-store sales remain under pressure

Foursquare foregone? It's a real business now, co-founder says
U.K. will open new trade offices in Minneapolis, two other cities
Hilton Minneapolis sells for $143 million

Sarah Silverman, on stage with Al Franken, popped the balloon of unity, telling Bernie Sanders delegates they were “ridiculous.”

Democratic National Convention: A trade-deal critic watches the proceedings …

Personal liability insurance for Minneapolis cops is a lousy idea
Sack cartoon: 'Bernie or bust'
Readers Write (July 27): Tone of the Democratic National Convention, the e-mail leak, a plea to Sanders supporters, the Al Franken appearance, Enbridge pipeline, tuition plans

'Bernie or bust'

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How do you tell a first cousin from a cousin once removed?

Going to a family reunion? Brush up first on the survival manual

Poll: If Hillary Clinton becomes president, what title will Bill have?
'What makes you happy?' Malala will respond to kids' questions at Mpls. speech
Risqué business: MPR's Kerri Miller hosts sexy new podcast

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Tevlin: Group seeks to reunite Jews with their north Minneapolis history

  The colors for Minneapolis North High School are blue and white, same as the Israeli flag. This is not a coincidence, says Jane Barrash,…

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Schafer: Minneapolis start-up Stratifund guides new crowdfunding

Before the rules finally allowed just about anyone in the crowd to invest over the internet in a start-up company, the founders of a research…

Fox 9's Jonathan Choe takes his talent and sartorial style home to Boston

Beantown called and “The Choe” had to go. Fox 9’s Jonathan Choe, who’d be up there if I had a list of Best Dressed…

In this December 10, 2015 file photo, Harrison Ford greets fans during a "Star Wars" fan event in Sydney.

'Star Wars' producers admit guilt in Harrison Ford's on-set injury

Dr. Dre cited on gun charge following driveway encounter
Marni Nixon, voice of classic movie songs, has died at 86
Fox-ousted Roger Ailes now focused on writing book, sources say

Atlanta Braves second baseman Gordon Beckham right, loses the ball as he attempts to tag Minnesota Twins' Byron Buxton off the base as Buxton returned to second after advancing on a single by Eduardo Nunez during the third inning of a baseball game Tuesday, July 26, 2016, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

Complete game for Santana but Twins shut out

Tuesday's Twins-Atlanta game recap
Postgame: Sano and Rosario survive collision in left field
Santana: I wanted to pitch 10th inning

Sanders 47, Clinton 42: U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar and U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, at lower right, sounded the roll call as Minnesota’s wide-ranging delegation voted for president Tuesday.

Minnesota's DFL delegation brings deep diversity to the national scene

Officer's trial exposes fault lines over police shootings
VIEWER GUIDE: Can Barack Obama top his wife in Philly?
Takeaways: Glass ceiling shattered; 'change agent' hailed

Smoke surrounds the ruins of a home that was destroyed by the Soberanes Fire in Palo Colorado Canyon on the northern Big Sur Coast on Tuesday July 26, 2016 in Big Sur, Calif. California's signature parks along the Big Sur coastline that draw thousands of daily visitors were closed Tuesday as one of the state's two major wildfires threatened the scenic region at the height of the summer tourism season. (David Royal/The Monterey County Herald via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

California wildfire forces shutdown of famed Big Sur parks

Maryland AG plans to fight new trial in 'Serial' murder case
Not even dead body could make NYC Cronut customers abandon spot in line
Americans losing their height advantage

This is an undated image of French Priest Jacques Hamel made available by the Catholic Diocese if Rouen in France on Tuesday July 26, 2016. Priest Jacques Hamel was killed on Tuesday when two attackers slit the throat of the 86-year-old priest who was celebrating Mass Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, in France, killing him and gravely injured another of the handful of church-goers present before being shot to death by police. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the first attack in a church in the West.

2 attackers slit throat of priest, 84, during hostage-taking in Normandy church

Dolly may have been decrepit, but her sister clones are aging well
Geneva police step up airport sweeps as part of French probe
Thousands of Mugabe supporters gather in Zimbabwe's capital

The art of parting: 'We used to spend so much time there'

How I came to see bipolar disorder as my greatest strength
Thanks, Pokemon Go, for helping me meet cool people in Minneapolis
In the narrative of race, why only black ink on white paper?

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