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Black women in the Twin Cities reflected on the historic nature of Harris' candidacy.
Married for six years, the Bengtsons live in "different worlds."
The fates of thousands of immigrants and refugees hinge on the presidential election, as President Donald Trump looks to continue his rollback of programs that…
Some Twin Cities entrepreneurs of color who suffered losses from the riots after George Floyd's death are wrestling with the political implications of Trump using their stories to blame Democrats for permitting the chaos.
Discussions on race are happening against a backdrop of political divisions in a swing county that backed Obama and Trump.
Some heard echoes of language Nazis used to justify their genetic superiority and which led to the killing of 6 million Jews during the Holocaust.
Those holding Temporary Protected Status could lose their legal standing.
Yet obstacles still exist for contractors breaking into a white-dominated field.
Nearly six months into the pandemic, downtown remains largely empty, with at least 85% of the area's workforce still at home.
Kenosha shooting leads some to Wisconsin, others to Hennepin Government Center