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Unfinished business for Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton appeared via live video feed at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night in Philadelphia after her historic nomination to be the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate. She will make her acceptance speech on Thursday night.

Acceptance speech is a chance for Democratic nominee to define a vision.


Meanwhile, above Red Square …

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Rash Report: From 1968 to 2016 ... Trump, Nixon, and Ailes
John Rash

History comes full circle for the three during the week of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Hillary Clinton is getting no quarter on behalf of equality
Lori Sturdevant

What's behind that? Perhaps it's the evolution of the women's movement.


Sack cartoon: Meanwhile, above Red Square …


Here's a road map to boost health coverage

MNsure, Blue Cross teamwork is key to helping Minnesotans.


Honor the fear, but don't let it dictate our decisions

The lesson of Dachau rings true today: never again let hate and unchecked power impinge on human life.


Trump, Putin and the 2016 campaign: Interfering in elections is something of an art form

It's not just the Soviet Union; the U.S. has done it, too. That's because it works (sometimes).


Trump, Putin and the 2016 campaign: 'A lot of people say' something's fishy

Just imagine, for a moment, that these conspiracy theories involved Hillary Clinton.


Readers Write (July 28): Protests, presidential race, trade deals, south Minneapolis 'Urban Paradise' proposal

Bigger penalties for protesters? More time?


Talkin 'bout my girl: Bill Clinton scores another hit

Urging America to give his wife another look, a political master walked a rhetorical high wire Tuesday night.


Cartoonist Steve Sack's look through political conventions past

Political conventions can be exciting, boring, tediously predictable and full of surprises. Steve Sack has cartooned through 18 of them, preceding the last nine general elections.


Cartoonist Steve Sack's look through the many political conventions past

Political conventions can be exciting, boring, tediously predictable and full of surprises. Pulitzer Prize winner Steve Sack has cartooned through 18 of them. Take a look.


There's at least one Russian Olympian you'll want to cheer on

Long jumper Darya Klishina got to Rio without cheating.


Sack cartoon: 'Bernie or bust'


Democrats chose Clinton long ago. But why?

The party beat back the alternatives, and now its standard-bearer is in a tight race. With Donald Trump!


Women in leadership: Remembering Minnesota's first go at the glass ceiling

In 1876 — their first opportunity to run for a seat on a school board — two women were elected "by a handsome majority."