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In Mpls. speech, Candace Owens urged an exit from the Democratic Party.
Such refugees face unique threats — but also can make a strong case to stay.
Nelson Pinos, who was originally detained in Minneapolis, thinks his case should be reopened.
Story of Nelson Pinos has drawn national attention.
New arrivals are helping slow, halt or even reverse falling census counts in 15 Minnesota counties.
Waves of African immigrants and refugees over the past few decades have made the question of black identity far more complicated.
Aaron Rhy Broussard, 28, of Hopkins, is accused of buying deadly drugs from suppliers based in China, then selling them in the U.S.
Schools want better information, but some Asian families fear bias.
In recent weeks, the Rev. Francis Tabla saw uncertainty in the eyes of the congregation before him at Ebenezer Community Church. On Sunday, their faces…
Minnesota is home to nearly 16,000 people who were born in Liberia or claim Liberian ancestry. The program was to have expired Sunday, which would have triggered the start of sending Liberians out of the U.S.