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Children dying in hot cars is a preventable tragedy. U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan's HOT CARS Act should be enacted. And more car companies... [Read More]
  School shootings in America have proved maddeningly difficult to predict — and just as maddeningly difficult to prevent.In the vast majority of school attacks, someone... [Read More]
We appear to be living through a profound worldwide societal change. As the 2017 #MeToo movement approaches the 1-year mark, we may be witnessing the... [Read More]
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The editors of the very conservative and very business-oriented Wall Street Journal have taken President Donald Trump's trade adviser Peter Navarro to the woodshed for... [Read More]
What in the world was Gov. Andrew Cuomo thinking about during that recent press briefing? [Read More]
Nick Anderson started drawing cartoons when he was 10. Now, four decades later his work is state of the art and the art of the... [Read More]
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Artificially increasing the cost of newsprint hurts the nation in many ways. [Read More]
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Hoping to keep the tax spigot wide open... [Read More]
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"If districts wish to equalize quality, they will need to disequalize pay." [Read More]
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Accrued liabilities grow much faster than the state's economy... [Read More]
A day after President Trump's controversial sit-down with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, former President Barack Obama delivered a not-so-subtle condemnation of what he called the... [Read More]
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Follow the StarTribune for the news, photos and videos from the Twin Cities and beyond. [Read More]
Here are the top five North Country Now stories for Friday, July 20, determined by total number of page views and our editorial staff: •... [Read More]
Ohio has been here before. Go back to the 1980s, with Richard Celeste in the governor's office pushing the cause of innovation, the state moving... [Read More]
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Progressive candidates hope to prevail in November; Karl Rove examines how the socialist shift will play out with voters on 'Journal Editorial Report.'... [Read More]
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The recent Times' editorial "Court ruling keeps water wars dispute in limbo" (July 7) omitted only one critical point in its review of the Supreme... [Read More]
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The Utah Legislature is standing on principle. It is going to allow the law reducing the legal limit for blood alcohol content to a lowest-in-the-nation... [Read More]
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A roundup of editorial cartoons from July 8 to July 13. [Read More]
At first glance, last week's decision by Pfizer to postpone price hikes seemed like a victory in the fight to reduce the crushing costs of... [Read More]
The July 8 editorial "Working together, groups of different political stripes score a major win" showed a positive step toward using solar to help solve... [Read More]
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