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Off his message again: Trump vows to sue all female accusers

Interpretive park ranger Caitlin Kostic, center, gives a tour near the high-water mark of the Confederacy at Gettysburg National Military Park to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, left, and campaign CEO Steve Bannon, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in Gettysburg, Pa.

Steering his campaign toward controversy yet again, Donald Trump vowed Saturday to sue every woman who has accused him of sexual assault or other inappropriate behavior. He called them "liars" whose allegations he blamed Democrats for orchestrating.

Citing 'mission creep' at Met Council, critics will seek overhaul bill in 2017

Group says reform is needed for too-big agency.

Paulsen distances himself from Trump as he fends off DFL blitz

Incumbent snubs nominee after latest flap, while DFL sees Bonoff as its best chance in years.

Two dead in six separate Anoka County heroin overdoses today

All five who overdosed — four males and one female — are in their 20s. Two are from the city of Fridley, one from Anoka, one from Andover and one was from the city of Isanti,

Protest against police brutality briefly blocks 50th and France

Protesters marched down the middle of the street during a protest march on 50th Street on Saturday, October 22, 2016, in Edina, Minn.

About 75 people rallied and marched in Edina Saturday to protest police brutality, blocking a busy intersection in midafternoon. The gathering, organized around the theme of "I Am a Man," was held to address the issues of racial profiling and police violence against black men.


A southpaw from Missouri, John Donaldson pitched in 130 Minnesota cities and town from 1911 to the 1920s. His contemporaries said he was as good as Satchel Paige.

Minnesota History: Rekindling a baseball great's legacy

Protest against police brutality briefly blocks 50th and France
Two dead in six separate Anoka County heroin overdoses today
Race issues taking center stage at Twin Cities theaters

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Teammates celebrated with Gophers running back Rodney Smith (1) after he scored a touchdown on a kickoff return in the third quarter Saturday against Rutgers. ] (AARON LAVINSKY/STAR TRIBUNE) The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers football team played the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2016 at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn.

Gophers survive major scare from Rutgers, win 34-32 on late field goal

Eagles' Wentz on the hunt for a Vikings upset
Souhan: Evidence says Spielman asked right questions about Bradford
Wild rookie Joel Eriksson Ek to make NHL debut tonight

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Virtual reality helped this person attending a tourism show in Stockholm to get a taste of the Mall of America experience.

Mall of America is stepping up its digital game with virtual reality, robots

New businesses emerge to make beautiful photos to help sell homes
Proposal to sell off Buffalo Wild Wings outlets is no slam dunk
Premium hikes, coverage limits frustrate insurance shoppers

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was introduced during a campaign stop in January in Rochester, N.H.

Star Tribune Editorial Board endorsement: Hillary Clinton for president

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Rising health care costs: A race we're running willingly?
Readers Write (Oct. 23): Crisis assistance, social conservatives' take on the campaign, the rule of law

Donald Trump and the election

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CeCe McDonald still lives in the south Minneapolis neighborhood where she was attacked outside a bar in 2011 and killed a man with fabric scissors from her fashion studies. She spent 19 months in prison and 13 months on parole.

From lockup to legend: New movie tells story of Mpls. transgender advocate

Colson Whitehead on new novel: 'It's not just about slavery; it's about oppression'
Survivalist's former fortress turned into Italian-inspired country house
Hungry? Here's what's new in dining at the Mall of America

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'Too many young black men are dying,' a deputy chief says at community gathering
Jon Tevlin

During a discussion on race and police behavior in north Minneapolis this week, Steven Belton told a personal anecdote that seemed to underscore the maddening…

Souhan: Evidence says Spielman asked right questions about Bradford
Jim Souhan

The front office held a mock draft of quarterbacks who might be available. That process helped steer a muddled, panic-inducing situation to an obvious solution. "Sam Bradford was the best quarterback out there," Spielman said.

Travel Troubleshooter: Unpresidential treatment from a Duluth hotel
Christopher Elliott

For our wedding, my brother gave us a gift certificate for me and my wife to spend a night in the presidential suite of the Radisson Hotel Duluth-Harborview in Duluth. Unfortunately, we're having trouble receiving what he paid for.

Actor James Woods poses for photographers at the Vegas Magazine 2nd Anniversary Party on June 11, 2005, in the Green Valley Ranch Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Actor James Woods gloats over death of Twitter nemesis he was suing

'That's not right!' comedian Kevin Meaney dies at 60
C.J.: Soledad O'Brien brings "PowHERful" summit to St. Kate's
Donald Glover cast as Lando Calrissian in Han Solo film

Former North Dakota State star Carson Wentz credits the pro-style system the Bison ran for his smooth transition to NFL starter with the Eagles.

Eagles' Wentz on the hunt for a Vikings upset

Souhan: Evidence says Spielman asked right questions about Bradford
Hartman: Shurmur's ties to Bradford go back beyond Philadelphia
The Call: Vikings at Philadelphia

Seeking productive last 2 years, Dayton pushes for DFL-led Legislature

Off his message again: Trump vows to sue all female accusers
AP Interview: Kaine already reaching out to GOP
More than 27,000 Virginians register to vote after extension

Law enforcement officers line the street in front of the Morton County Courthouse in Mandan, N.D., as Dakota Access Pipeline protesters stand on the opposite side of the street on Monday, Oct. 17, 2016. In a separate incident, 83 protesters were arrested Saturday south of Mandan.

North Dakota pipeline protest prompts more than 80 arrests

Attacks on the internet keep getting bigger and nastier
Cincinnati braces for racially charged police shooting trial
Major California river adding key ingredient: water

In this image made from video, people walk beside a derailed train carriage after an accident in Eseka, Cameroon, Friday, Oct. 21, 2016. Cameroon's transport minister says at least 53 people have died after a train overloaded with passengers derailed along the route that links the country's two major cities.

Cameroon train crash kills more than 70, injures 600

Junko Tabei, first woman to climb Everest, dies at 77
Actress joins London protest seeking end to Aleppo bombing
Pentagon expects trove of ISIL intelligence in Mosul

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