This coming week's virtually certain House impeachment of President Donald Trump will underscore how Democrats and Republicans have morphed into fiercely divided camps since lawmakers impeached President Bill Clinton.
Governor gives consent to refugee resettlement after new executive order by the president.
Minneapolis buildings deemed abandoned for more than a year cannot be reopened under nonconforming uses, meaning they could not reopen with drive-throughs, senior city planner Andrew Frenz said.
Despite city's efforts, more must be done to help the homeless, leaders say.
A Wisconsin school district has put a staff member on leave after some high school students found recording devices in their hotel rooms during a field trip to Minneapolis.
Protecting its 2.8 million users' info is a top priority, the insurer says, and "efforts are ongoing."
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Life expectancy stopped increasing in the United States in 2010 and has been decreasing since 2014.
Aletta Brady created a web-based platform, called Our Climate Voices, to humanize the climate crisis by gathering and sharing personal stories.
Sadly, the penalties historically haven't fit poaching crimes like those of which a Brainerd man is accused.