Recent content from Jennifer Brooks
In times of tragedy, which seemed to surround us this past week, we're reminded we don't have to go through them alone.
Justine Ruszczyk Damond was one of an estimated 987 people shot and killed by police in this country in 2017.
Mark Westpfahl stood in Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport last week and watched a planeload of his students take to the skies without him.
The river will rise this spring, almost everyone agrees on that. The question is, how high?
A comforting thought, straight from the admissions department at the University of Minnesota: 99.999 percent of those who get into college get in the right way.
Suddenly, Minnesota has an issue that doesn't break along party lines and doesn't spark a bitter debate: The time change affects everyone.
Naming things is hard. This is a land of 11,842 lakes, and a surprisingly large number of them are named Mud. Renaming things is harder.
Someone, somewhere in America, is yelling about Ilhan Omar. Right now, it's Congress.
At least 19 dairy barns collapsed across southern and central Minnesota during the month's storms, the Minnesota Milk Producers Association estimates.
Columnist Jennifer Brooks: This weekend, a group of people whose names aren't worth the ink it would take to print their names rolled into Minnesota and cast lie after lie.