Digital projects editor

Prior to joining the Star Tribune in late 2014, DeLong was a digital editor on the national desk at the Washington Post, where he focused on national politics, the federal government and national security. He was part of the team awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for coverage of the National Security Agency's secret surveillance programs. A native of upstate New York, DeLong currently lives in Minneapolis.

He can be reached on the encrypted messaging app Signal at 612-643-0344.


What the end of Roe would mean in Minnesota and elsewhere

The U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, effectively ending the era of federal protection for legal abortion across the nation.


7 takeaways from the report on MPD racial discrimination

The Minnesota Department of Human Rights on Wednesday released a 72-page report detailing widespread racial discrimination by Minneapolis police officers.


Breaking down the police bodycam video of the Amir Locke shooting

A second-by-second look at what the footage shows and what it doesn't.


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TOP STORIESTwin Cities metro hospitals halt ambulance diversions amid COVID-19 crush: COVID-19 pressures have forced Twin Cities hospitals to suspend the long-standing practice of…


What you need to know about federal trial this week of 3 ex-officers in George Floyd's death

Opening statements are set to begin Monday.


Where to park during a snow emergency in the Twin Cities

What you need to know about parking rules when a snow emergency is declared in Minneapolis or St. Paul.


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TOP STORIESTwin Cities meal distributors under federal investigation have history of legal troubles: The owners of several companies at the center of an FBI fraud…


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TOP STORIES50th and France is quickly moving on from the pandemic: A wave of luxury apartments, shops and restaurants have energized the urban shopping…


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TOP STORIESWill Santa have enough toys this holiday season? Toy companies are racing to get their products to retailers as they grapple with a…