Partisanship in the drawing of legislative maps is real, but it's a problem that's on its way to being cured, without federal courts.
Plan to allow triplex construction in all neighborhoods represents a significant step toward reducing residential segregation in the city.
Comedian's bad joke leads to a show of class and a tribute to heroism.
I will strive to carry on this office's tradition of ensuring a fair economy and civil rights, and to do so for all Minnesotans.
Here, in the ONLY state with a divided legislature, zeroing in on issues that advance us economically would make good, bipartisan sense.
Money shouldn't be diverted from a dedicated environmental fund to back other projects.
Huang Qi, who documented human rights abuses, should be freed.
Here's a fill-in-the-blank time-saver for reporting on the not-so-shocking outrages we know are coming soon.
With a tumultuous election at last behind us, members of the Star Tribune Editorial Board reflect on what it all means for Minnesota and America.
Nation's law enforcement apparatus is at risk after AG's ouster.
The new film tells the story of intrepid war reporter Marie Colvin and photographer Paul Conroy.
Their selfless acts merit gratitude and reflection. And thank you, too, to employers who support Guard members; you join in our success.
As former AGs, we salute his stellar record on law enforcement, his protection of rights and national security, and his grace and dignity.
The U.S. has developed a significant deterrence effort. Harder to know is how much it's affecting the calculations of other countries.
It all starts with serving Texas over party politics and self-interest.
The style that's won Klobuchar so much Minnesota support can transfer — and is beginning to.
The legacy of Armistice Day should be caution
If you do, you'll re-elect Donald Trump. Many may not like him, but many are seduced, and they won't back far-left-progressives like you.
Michigan voters made their state the 10th to legalize marijuana, and 32 allow it to be consumed in some way.
The president would be courting big trouble if he tried to subvert the special prosecutor.