Trump drops plan to host G-7 summit at his golf course

Donald Trump hits a ceremonial tee shot off the first tee at Trump National Doral, February 6, 2014, in Doral, Fla. Trump says he is reversing his pla

Responding to stinging criticism, President Donald Trump on Saturday abruptly reversed his plan to hold the next Group of Seven world leaders' meeting at his Doral, Florida, golf resort next year.

After fall from grace, former Sen. Al Franken rebuilds his life

"I'm angry about it," former Sen. Al Franken said of the end of his Senate career. "I just don't feel that it actually does me any good, so I try not

Franken is also wrestling with fallout from his mistakes, redefining his goals and trying to "do good stuff" as he cautiously returns to public life after his high-profile downfall.

Schools walk fine line as they let disciplined faculty back in class

“As a student of human rights, I believe in rehabilitation and reconciliation,” said Nora Radtke, who filed a formal complaint against her faculty

As sanctioned faculty return to Minnesota public and private campuses in the MeToo era, administrators are feeling new pressure to talk about their cases more openly.

In Faribault, VFW's Last Man's Club is down to one

George LaRoche was 17 when he enlisted in the Navy.

The last man standing saluted and brought an end to an era

Pentagon chief says US troops leaving Syria for western Iraq

FILE -- In this Nov. 7, 2016 file photo, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and commanders overlook Islamic State group positions during heavy fighting in Bas

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says that under current plans all U.S. troops leaving Syria will go to western Iraq and the American military will continue to conduct operations against the Islamic State group to prevent its resurgence.



After Dan Pearson lost his son Justin to an overdose in 2006, he was able to channel his grief. He believes the opioid crisis requires a new mind-set

Narcan, gas cards, new laws: One dad's fight against an epidemic

Patrol IDs man killed in I-35W crash; passenger severely injured
Woman run over and killed near her home along hwy. south of Grand Rapids
Police will take vaping devices on Drug Take Back Day

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Gophers defensive back Antoine Winfield Jr. celebrated his fourth quarter touchdown on a pick-6 against Rutgers.

Two cheers: O'Brien makes emotional debut as Gophers roll Rutgers 42-7

History-making MLS playoff game comes to Allianz Field
Uncharted territory for Rudolph as he adjusts to life as a blocker
Johnnies punch back, beat Tommies 38-20 at Allianz Field

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Landowner Albert Carlson stands atop a blown out earthen dike where this spring the nearby flood-swollen Zumbro River busted an 80 foot-long hole in t

In SE. Minnesota, swollen river threatens to reclaim cropland

Schafer: Credit card industry seems stacked against young adults
BBQ and doughnuts: Famous Dave and the CEO who turned things around
Effort to deport 'Dreamers' gets pushback from Minnesota companies

Amy Klobuchar during her first campaign appearance as a presidential candidate in February.

Voters should give Klobuchar a look

A parent's-eye view of Minneapolis public schools
Sack cartoon: The NBA and China
Readers Write: The president's discretion, 'giants' of the past and present, Omar's endorsement of Sanders


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Report: Neve Campbell to play mom of dying Twin Cities teen who wrote 'Clouds'

MSP taps local restaurateurs to make airport a destination for travelers
With classes, coaching, Twin Cities women tackle impostor syndrome
His plans for this Minneapolis museum are bigger than Russia itself

When a young runner's heart stopped, bystanders rushed in to save the day

"This story, I don't think it's about me," Tyler Moon said. "I just went for a run and a bunch of great people stepped up and just saved my life."

Schafer: Credit card industry seems stacked against young adults

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Reusse: Griffiths got to enjoy only one championship in nation's capital

The only World Series title for the franchise had come in 1924, beating John McGraw's New York Giants 4-3 in 12 innings in the seventh game at Washington's Griffith Stadium.




Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, enters the Capitol in Washington, on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019. House impeachment investigators

Caught up in Trump impeachment, US diplomats fight back

Trump scraps plan to host G-7 at his Doral golf resort
Schumer calls for federal probe of contaminated baby food
Analysis: President who prizes strength enters key stretch in a fragile state

This aerial photo shows the Hard Rock Hotel, which was under construction, after a fatal partial collapse in New Orleans, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019.

After delay, New Orleans to demolish cranes at hotel site

Killing took place in New York, but Nicaragua hosts trial
CEO at Milwaukee nonprofit went from migrant worker to boss
Horse injured in race at Santa Anita; 34th to die at track

FILE -- In this Nov. 7, 2016 file photo, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and commanders overlook Islamic State group positions during heavy fighting in Bas

Pentagon chief says US troops leaving Syria for western Iraq

Mixed message: Boris Johnson seeks Brexit delay, sort of
Hong Kong protesters set up roadblocks, clash with police
Bangladesh police say violence over Facebook post kills 4

Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph, who has only nine catches through six games, is receiving good marks for his blocking.

Uncharted territory for Rudolph as he adjusts to life as a blocker

Ex-Viking Jordan salutes Griffen's comeback as 'light' for others
Souhan: Credit Vikings for keeping house in order
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Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk reacts after a Toronto goal during the second period on Tuesday

Eager to get out of rut, Wild players say losing slide can't continue

Unstable front office, aging core of players part of Wild's big issues
Wild players hold closed-door meeting after loss
Gameday preview: Wild vs. Montreal

Gophers defensive back Antoine Winfield Jr. celebrated his fourth quarter touchdown on a pick-6 against Rutgers.

Two cheers: O'Brien makes emotional debut as Gophers roll Rutgers 42-7

Gophers basketball gets overtime win at Iowa State in closed scrimmage
Gophers' two power-play goals the difference in win over Niagara
Scoggins: By taking care of business, Gophers alone in first in Big Ten West

KYNDELL HARKNESS • kharkness@startribune.com] Traffic moved through the roundabout on 66th Street near Hwy 77 in Richfield.

Are roundabouts really safer than traditional intersections?

Why do so many Fortune 500 companies call Minnesota home?
Is Minnesota part of the Midwest? Should it be?
Why are Honeycrisp apples still so expensive?

Actress Jane Fonda gestures after being arrested during a rally on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, Oct. 18, 2019. A half-century after throwing he

Jane Fonda returns to civil disobedience for climate change

Lady Gaga falls off stage while dancing with fan
'Maude' co-star, character actor Bill Macy dies at 97
CBS signs Stephen Colbert to 3-year extension

International community puts stamp on 150th anniversary of the postcard

International community puts stamp on 150th anniversary of the postcard

Twin Cities Native yoga instructor teaches mind-body classes as way to heal from trauma
New Brighton's Community Support Center stays with people until they're ready to launch
Traveling with his grandmother, Ohio man learns to see the beauty in ordinary moments