I poured my heart out to Barack Obama, and his reply gave me a sense of relief.
It's inconvenient, and why lose revenue to neighboring states?
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Dramatic differences in policy, personality await the nation.
Let's hope he truly did appreciate Antonin Scalia.
Tax reform, education, bolstering military are ideas worth pursuing.
Will a mostly white jury give credence to the defendant's claims that he shot unarmed black protesters in self-defense?
Rep. Jason Lewis did a disservice to readers in several of his comments about Obamacare.
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The good and bad of knowing the big picture.
Providing up-to-date "core services" leads to tremendous growth — and new readers.
Nobody thinks he's a unifier, or a savior, or even a good man. He'll need actual results to succeed.
It may even work, especially with all the incentives for Republicans. But keep an eye on those obsolete, crazier-than-ever LRT schemes.
Readers Write (Jan. 19): Inauguration boycott, Trump's Cabinet, countering violent extremism, Minneapolis grocery store development, news coverage choices
Boycott is proper. Evidence abounds.
Until Tuesday, Theresa May had been vague about nation's next moves.
Candidate Trump intimated a foreign policy less reliant on force of arms than his predecessors, but things are stacking up differently.
The state’s misguided holdout threatens to burden the traveling public. State governments can resist clear directives from the federal government for only so long without…
What does the turbulent transition presage for President-elect Trump? Hear the "Playing Politics" analysis from WCCO Radio's John Williams and the Star Tribune Editorial Board's John Rash and D.J. Tice.