Public safety and abortion at issue in race between Omar, Samuels

Rep. Ilhan Omar and Don Samuels face off in Tuesday’s primary.

The contest marks the latest fight between moderates and progressives in Minneapolis and nationwide.

Minnesota Historical Society rebuilding after staff layoffs, revenue losses during pandemic

The Minnesota History Center in St. Paul. The Minnesota Historical Society — which is unlike most nonprofits because it’s largely supported by sta

Two years after the outbreak of COVID-19, the Historical Society has about 80% of its pre-pandemic staff, high turnover — and a new union for employees.

Burned by the Army, Iraq vet confronts cancer battle

Rafael Barbosa waited to get a CT scan, at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester on July 25, 2022.

Rafael Barbosa, who served 23 years in the U.S. military, has Stage IV colon cancer believed to be due to burn pit exposure. Doctors guess he has two years to live. He and other vets wonder: Why isn't the military admitting fault?

Dems push Biden climate, health priorities toward Senate OK

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of N.Y., speaks during a news conference Friday, Aug. 5, 2022, at the Capitol Hill in Washington.

Democrats drove their election-year economic package toward Senate approval early Sunday, debating a measure with less ambition than President Joe Biden's original domestic vision but that touches deep-rooted party dreams of slowing global warming, moderating pharmaceutical costs and taxing immense corporations.

New pills could make colonoscopies easier to swallow



Beginning with Chris Swanson’s first campaign for Two Harbors mayor in 2016, Melissa Giles and Nancy Christenson have spoken out over the sexual abu

Juvenile sentence haunts Two Harbors mayor

Want to stop crime? Walk with us, say Minneapolis block clubs
Burnsville police arrest man in suspected arson after apartment fire
Brooks: Beloved Twin Cities businesses are making a comeback, thanks to you

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Nick Gordon scores past Toronto relief pitcher Tim Mayza on a squeeze play in the sixth inning Saturday. Mayza was hurt on the play and left the game.

With playoff feel, Twins take it to Toronto 7-3 before somewhat divided crowd

'Bigger than me': Vikings with African heritage part of growing wave in NFL
Scoggins: There was so much promise, but look at Sano now
Loons lose 4-3 at Colorado after long weather delay

Adam Lund and Dustin Johnson looked around a precision spraying system at Farmfest on Tuesday, helped by Greeneye Technology’s Kody Paxton. Johnson

Minnesota farmers call outside investments 'a sticky situation'

St. Anthony: New restaurant is just latest project for north Minneapolis developer
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Every serious couple should talk about spousal IRAs

Staff members hold the certification of Electoral College votes from Tennessee during a joint session of the House and Senate to confirm Electoral Col

Protect democracy, pass electoral reform

America's No. 1 killer: still an affair of the heart
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Readers Write: Minneapolis crime, tainted Alzheimer's research, climate, bravery



Nathaniel Khaliq and his wife, Vicky Davis, of St. Paul held a photo of Khaliq’s grandfather being taken out of his Rondo home in handcuffs.

Yuen: Black families have been getting away to this Minnesota lake for nearly 100 years

Northfield writer's daughter wanted more female heroes. So he made a movie.
Louie Anderson gets touching tribute from one of his closest comedy buddies
Montreal goes beyond its French flavor with a growing number of Nordic spas

Reusse: Twins' draft pick Lee found home away from home playing prairie baseball

A summer spent in Willmar after the pandemic closed down other baseball leagues introduced 2022 first-round draft pick Brooks Lee to Minnesota long before the Twins were in the picture.

Souhan: Don't go, Sylvia ... but if you do, thanks for the memories

This might be the final week for one of the all-time greats in Minnesota sports: Sylvia Fowles. She can still play, no doubt, but it fits her personality to take a bow.

Scoggins: There was so much promise, but look at Sano now

Oft-injured slugger Miguel Sano has probably played his last game with the Twins, and the news barely causes a ripple.


Rep. Ilhan Omar and Don Samuels face off in Tuesday’s primary.

Public safety and abortion at issue in race between Omar, Samuels

Dems push Biden climate, health priorities toward Senate OK
Biden leaves White House for 1st time since getting COVID-19
Official: Gang kills, burns former Haitian senator, nephew


President Joe Biden waves as he walk to board Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, on his way to his Rehoboth Beach, Del., h

Biden leaves White House for 1st time since getting COVID-19

Police: 4th Muslim killed in Albuquerque over past 9 months
Biden team, Eli Lilly condemn new Indiana abortion ban
Parkland shooter's prosecutor had bloody facts on his side

A Venezuelan couple use the Francisco De Paula Santander Bridge to cross between Urena, Venezuela and Cucuta, Colombia, Saturday, Aug. 6, 2022. The bo

Venezuela, Colombia border areas hopeful as reopening looms

17 missing, 121 hurt, 1 dead in fire at Cuban oil facility
Israel, militants trade fire as Gaza death toll climbs to 24
Ukrainian soldiers come to Minnesota for prosthetics, hope

The Renewal By Andersen replacement windows factory in Cottage Grove is one of Minnesota’s many manufacturers of windows and doors.

How did Minnesota become a window manufacturing hub?

How lumberjacks harnessed an 'ocean of pine' to build Minnesota
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Beginning with Chris Swanson’s first campaign for Two Harbors mayor in 2016, Melissa Giles and Nancy Christenson have spoken out over the sexual abu

Juvenile sentence haunts Two Harbors mayor

Tall ships sail into Two Harbors for Lake Superior festival
Soaring property values shock owners in Minn. lake country
Jury finds for pharmacist who declined to fill birth control prescription

Anne Heche attends the Los Angeles premiere of Netflix’s ‘’The Unforgivable” on Nov. 30, 2021.

Anne Heche hospitalized for burns after she crashes car, setting L.A. home on fire

Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson break up after 9 months together
Sam Gooden, founding member of The Impressions, has died
Lady A postpones tour as Charles Kelley focuses on sobriety

Leo St. Martin, 6, of Inver Grove Heights, catches a ball during a Beautiful Lives Project event that offered people with disabilities an opportunity

Saints players, people with disabilities team up for baseball fun at CHS Field

Plymouth woman uses her art to educate about rare pediatric-onset multiple sclerosis
Tribal pharmacy dispenses free medications for Native Americans in Minneapolis
She's 37. A mom of two. And America's fastest female marathoner.