Maybe not, even if Trump gets to put more legal abortion opponents on the Supreme Court. But the chances are stronger than ever.
Fraud scandal at two Minnesota schools leaves students as victims.
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The British Arrows Awards, now screening at the Walker, show Britain's international cultural impact.
Trump, unbeholden to big money? Just a wish.
Army Corps went to great lengths to adjust Dakota Access route.
We want to tell great film stories about marriage between men and women. State law would wrongly bind us.
Caveat lector – "reader beware" – and other factors suggest the law is wary to protect news consumers from themselves.
For one thing, increases in rent have a greater impact in individual neighborhoods than citywide medians indicate.
Readers Write (Dec. 8): Fake news, wedding-services lawsuit, sanctuary cities, 'Cold Outside' lyrics, ranked-choice voting
One side has dominated while the other has shrunk from the fake-news battle.
One is subtle and smooth, the other coarse and blunt -- but the smug contempt for all who disagree is identical.
The consequences of retreating behind our borders are a concern again today.
Organization spent $40 million to help elect Trump and Senate candidates.
The crew responded swiftly to a threat. Naval Command, not as much.
There's one in St. Paul, too, high on a hill but just as foul. Let's take a good look at the cronyism of the Dayton administration.
It can't heal all that ails U.S. democracy, but it can make a difference.
Readers Write (Dec. 7): JROTC and military service, fake news, guns, business and politics, the Earned Income Tax Credit
Kids are smart enough to decide on the JROTC experience and military service.