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Editorial Board endorsement: Tim Walz is clear choice in First District

He's shown his willingness to find common-sense solutions.

Sack cartoon: MetLife drops 'Peanuts'

MetLife drops 'Peanuts'

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U.S. Rep. Tom Emmer can help the GOP rebuild after Trump
Lori Sturdevant

He's a loyal team player, even in this election. He also has an broader vision for his party.

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

Realistic comic strip goes where cameras can't.

Maybe we need a president who really doesn't want the job

George Washington is a good example of a reluctant, but ultimately great, leader.

Conservatives do have a choice for president in Evan McMullin

Three former Minnesota GOP county leaders are supporting his candidacy.

Readers Write (Oct. 28): A case for Trump, Clinton and the left wing, confidence in voting integrity, white privilege

Ideas and ideals align with the Republican candidate.

Despite rhetoric, outlines of a deal on health insurance aid are there

Dayton, Republicans should keep working to help Minnesota consumers.

Editorial Board endorsement: Angie Craig is best fit for Second District

Business experience, pragmatic approach stand out in race for open seat.

In this campaign, even the attack ads are lousy

Clinton's are solid and boring; Trump's, fiery and false (if also few). Just like the candidates.

Editorial Board endorsement: Minneapolis voters should approve school levy renewal

A "no" vote on referendum would leave $74 million hole in budget.

Editorial Board endorsement: Natalie Hudson for Minnesota Supreme Court

She has the experience, intellect and independence of mind justices need.

There is some stability amid all the acrimony of the presidential campaign

The GOP is on its way to a historic loss, but the Republicans can recover the presidency next time if they pick a, well, Republican.

MNsure remains the best way to find affordable health care and tax credits

The situation isn't all bad, especially when a tool like MNsure is available. But people must act fast to get in under the enrollment caps.

Higher education in Minnesota has become a bottomless money pit

The highest-paid public employees in Minnesota are in higher education, yet they're arrogant and out of touch.

Readers Write (Oct. 27): 'Rigged election' poll question, Paisley Park museum, Garrison Keillor

Paper failed in presenting the results of its "rigged election" poll question.

Sack cartoon: Obamacare