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Minnesota has no time to waste in crafting a health insurance relief plan

Legislators should move quickly to provide relief for consumers.

Sack cartoon: Donald Trump and the election

Donald Trump and the election

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Rash Report: 'Madya Mom,' Marvel's super Syrian hero
John Rash

Realistic comic strip goes where cameras can't.

First, let's protect the rule of law
D.J. Tice

Among the signs of the American collapse, this is one flashing in neon.

A millennial son responds to his father's apology about presidential race

His challenge for fellow millennials is to make their own promise.

Counterpoint: Gov. Dayton's attack on Republican leader's truthfulness is absurd

He's wrong on several points, and unhelpful.

Class act Lynx lose title but advance popularity of WNBA

Quality of play, intensity of effort should make Minnesota proud.

Readers Write (Oct. 22): Minnesota Lynx, the 2016 campaign

Win or lose, the Lynx are an inspiration.

The Clinton crowd's emails are scandalous, no matter who pilfered them

Funny, nobody obsessed about who 'stole' Trump's tax returns (or why).

N.Y.-to-D.C. shuttle fiasco sheds light on what a Trump presidency may be

He was not interested in facts or analysis. He was desperate for the deal. And he overpaid.

Elections are not about candidates or political parties, they're about voters

If it all seems wearying or "rigged," remember this.

Readers Write (Oct. 19): Sonia Sotomayor's speech at Northrop, sentences in distracted driving and beer mug cases, the 2016 campaign

Coverage of the Supreme Court justice's speech misrepresented her tone.

We're just lucky Donald Trump is so terrible.

The final meltdown showed how incredible it is that he got this far. Imagine what a skillful demagogue might do.

New lending fund can help preserve affordable housing stock

Too many low- and moderate-income people are priced out of the Twin Cities.

Trump ups the ante with voting conspiracy theory

Candidate's baseless accusations of a "rigged election" are harmful.

Readers Write (Oct. 21): Clinton and Trump and controversy; cancer awareness

Clinton finds trouble; Trump will find solutions.

Debates leave voters much to ponder

Trump is not reflecting the dignity, or respect for the presidency, of past candidates who have had real claims to being swindled.