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Hacked e-mails complicate Democratic convention

Democratic National Committee chair Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz speaks at a press conference promoting the endorsement of David Wecht, Kevin Dougherty, and Christine Donohue for Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and Heather Arnet for State Senate, Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015, in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

The resignation of chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz made for a rocky start to the Democratic National Convention on Sunday. The move came after 19,000 e-mails were released on Wikileaks.

Philando Castile protest closes St. Paul's Summit Av. again

Aziza Aboud reacted after a friend threw water on her during a rally in front of the governor’s residence on St. Paul’s Summit Avenue on Sunday.

Con­tinued calls for jus­tice mixed with a block par­ty at­mos­phere.

Companies turn to 'reverse mentoring' to tap millennials' knowledge

"One senior leader said, 'That's so simple. Why aren't we doing this?' "Amanda Daeges, an attorney at U.S. Bank in Minneapolis, recalling her presentation to senior executives.

Programs help meet business goals and keep employees.

Proposed demolition of Burma Shave home decried

Organizers hoping to stop the demolition of 2019 E. Lake St., the original office and factory for the company that made Burma Shave products, used rhyming signs reminiscent of the company's roadside advertising to make their case during Open Streets East Lake Street on Sunday.

They want the targeted building studied for historic significance.

Minneapolis pizza delivery driver shot overnight in vehicle during robbery attempt

Andrew Gryskiewicz

Driver, who was rushed to HCMC with serious injuries, was in critical but stable condition.

Volunteers dropped off their most interesting trash finds to enter in prize contests after the Minnehaha Creek Cleanup on Sunday. Sites ranged from Minnetonka to Minnehaha Falls in Minneapolis.

Five tons of trash collected at Minnehaha Creek Cleanup

The Drive: Road rage a serious threat to everyone
Shootings by officers prompt push for police oversight
Minneapolis teen convicted of killing girlfriend with shot to head
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As Twins catcher Juan Centeno watched, Boston slugger Hanley Ramirez celebrated after hitting a three-run homer against the Twins for the second day in a row Sunday.

Comeback falls short as Twins fall to Boston

Big Ten football — talking about it, anyway — starts Monday
Dennis Green left a complicated legacy as Vikings coach
Greve shoots second-round 64 to win Minnesota State Open
Scores, schedules and stats
Minneapolis headquartered Valspar has agreed to be bought by bigger paint company Sherwin Williams in a deal valued at $11.3 billion. The deal awaits closing, and also must past anti-trust approval, but both sides agreed to it on Sunday.

Mergers-and-acquisitions business slowed in 1st half of '16

Duane Rouse grew ABRA fast through acquisitions
Google, Facebook and Apple draw hordes of tech tourists
Sharp messaging earned Dollar Shave Club a $1B payday

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Black or white, the poor are trapped at the bottom

Fine job on opioid abuse bill, Congress. Now fund it.
3 reasons why a plan for free tuition won't work
Readers Write (July 25): U.S. Constitution, Jews and reclaiming German citizenship, Social Security, streetlights

A depiction of Republican unity

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Andrew Litton

Capturing a complicated Otello, more brawn than brains

Review: Duran Duran turns up the grooves after Chic turned it on early
Voyageurs National Park is Minnesota’s gift to America
Rosenblum: How all of us (even Playboy Playmates) can stop 'fat shaming'

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Reusse: Webster quietly ends 51-game skid in amateur baseball

Marcus Pleiss drew a bases-loaded walk that brought home Jake McDonald in the bottom of the ninth and gave the Sox a 5-4 victory over the New Prague Orioles on July 14. It was Webster's first victory in a Dakota-Rice-Scott league game since beating Union Hill 1-0 on July 9, 2014.

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The end of the VCR? WHO. CARES. But maybe you should

News from Japan: The last company to make VCRs is shutting down production. If you know what a VCR is, you don't care, but if…

C.J.: Sister Rosalind has one of the most gripping handshakes in the metro

The nun and famous masseuse has been massaging fans at St. Paul Saints games "since 1993, year one."

Lil Wayne performs at the 2016 BET Experience at the Staples Center on Saturday, June 25, 2016, in Los Angeles.

High Times: Lil Wayne cut short concert at California event

Hollywood stars hold climate rally ahead of DNC
Roger Ailes' evident departure from Fox News took two weeks (plus decades)
Jon Stewart says Trump supporters 'don't own' America

Twins manager Paul Molitor (4) and a trainer tended to catcher Kurt Suzuki, right, who was injured on a pitch during the second inning against the Boston Red Sox on Saturday.

Twins' Suzuki eyes Tuesday return after stitches on the chin

Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza inducted into Hall of Fame
Milone laments a couple bad pitches Sunday
Postgame: Twins lose to Red Sox but finish with a winning road trip

DIVIDED AMERICA: Clinton highlights lack of women in office

DNC starts in Philadelphia with huge protests, high temps
Trump vs. Clinton: Is a 2017 'peaceful transfer' possible?
Checklist of possible behavioral warning signs of dementia

A wildfire burns close to a home near Sand Caynon and Placerita Caynon in Santa Clarita, Calif., Saturday, July 23, 2016. Hundreds of county and Angeles National Forest firefighters battled the blaze, aided by three dozen water-dropping helicopters and retardant-dropping airplanes. The fire erupted Friday afternoon in the Sand Canyon area of suburban Santa Clarita near State Route 14 as the region was gripped by high heat and very low humidity. Winds pushed it into the adjacent Angeles National Forest.

'Like a freight train': California wildfire guts 18 homes

Baton Rouge to continue to mourn officers slain in ambush
Mountain guide falls to his death while leading group
Maturing oyster recovery projects bring calls for money

A special police officer examines a backpack at the entrance of a building in Ansbach, Germany, Monday, July 25, 2016. Bavaria's top security official says a man who blew himself up after being turned away from an open-air music festival in the southern German city was a 27-year-old Syrian who had been denied asylum.

Police: Bavarian official says attacker was denied asylum

Airstrikes in Syria target hospitals
Germany's strict gun laws didn't stop Munich shooter
IOC leaders stop short of complete ban on Russians from Rio

Will Bildsten, above, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in middle school. “It’s not an overstatement to say the diagnosis set me free,” he writes.

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?
Too late for kindness: Why didn't I protect a bullied classmate?

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