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The increasing us of e-cigarettes among youth is an epidemic that government health agencies need to aggressively tackle. [Read More]
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A Washington Post "Retropolis" piece from earlier this month recapped the process for the very first spate of Supreme Court nominations. [Read More]
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Usually a "curse" is nothing more sinister than a bunch of bad decisions, compounded by more bad decisions. That's where we are, finishing a week... [Read More]
Plus: new immigration enforcement has U students worried; Woodbury arts org contretemps; Edina hair salon co. cuts 75 jobs; and more. [Read More]
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Navigation centers have become a popular way for cities to address homelessness: giving people a place to sleep with few restrictions, where they can also... [Read More]
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The decline was driven in large part because increasing numbers of Americans are dying from drug overdoses, suicides and chronic liver disease. [Read More]
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As those affected make sense of the new system, here's a look at how it's being received, particularly by schools not used to being called... [Read More]
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Supreme Court upholds dark money donor disclosures; Trump disappointed in Sessions; update on the trade war; and more. [Read More]
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Much has happened in the first decade of an eight-state compact, but coy grabs and secretive practices haven't ceased. [Read More]
It's the last day of our drive to fund MinnPost's expansive coverage of the 2018 election, and we're only 33 new/renewing members away from hitting our... [Read More]
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In America, cynics populate our newsstands, social media feeds, and many halls of public service, but the right way ahead still lies in the hands... [Read More]
Plus: FBI agent fires back at criticism of Wetterling investigation; storm causes significant damage in SE Minnesota; state unemployment rate dropped to 2.9 percent; and more. [Read More]
The question is not whether Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election. But the question of whether the Trump campaign was knowingly cooperating in the plot... [Read More]
Tags: Catch - Russia/US - NYT
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Plus: police complete Richard Liu sexual assault investigation; scholarship will cover tuition for all students at new St. Thomas college; Minneapolis CARAG neighborhood renames itself... [Read More]
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Here's how Jeff Johnson and Tim Walz made the case that they're the best choice for voters in November. [Read More]
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Orenstein will cover the environment and workforce issues for MinnPost. [Read More]
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With less than 50 days to go until the election, two major election forecasters said this week that it's more likely than not that the... [Read More]
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Tim Walz and Jeff Johnson agreed the state can do much to fix the looming shortage, fueled in part by retiring Baby Boomers, and broadly... [Read More]
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Even as Rochester is getting bigger — and bluer — the rest of CD1 has been trending Republican. [Read More]
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Stroke is a rare but recognized complication of chickenpox. It occurs when the chickenpox virus  triggers inflammation in the brain, which can lead to a... [Read More]
Tags: stroke - case - baby
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