Recent content from C.J. Sinner
See how COVID-19 has spread in Minnesota and across the United States.
How can scientists looking at the same data come up with such different estimates? And who's right?
As of Monday, 143 Minnesotans had died from COVID-19, with more than half of those fatalities occurring since April 14. The virus has now claimed more lives in the U.S. than anywhere in the world.
As Minnesotans, our reputations precede us as conquerors of the ice and snow. But while we shrug, “it could be worse,” we also complain about…
Fall college tuition bills are coming due, and if the number behind that dollar sign seems high, well, it is.
Should we get used to 2 million? Or was the 2019 Great Minnesota Get-Together a particularly good year? Three observations show how we got there this time.
The state's largest gathering got rolling just after we became a state and has changed with the times. In 2019, will fair magic again conspire to haul in the population of several Minnesota cities each day?
On the second night of debates in Miami, 10 more candidates sought to set themselves apart from the crowded field.
Democratic presidential candidates tried Wednesday to elbow their way into the spotlight in a debate that kicked off the 2020 primary season.
The first-term Democrat cites inflation and road repairs. Republican leaders say the increase is not needed in a time of surplus.