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The Pentagon should reconsider its decision not to renew group's contract.
Now is the time, because the problems are real and they aren't going away. Just ask your fellow Minnesotans.
Police bodycams: A comparison from the airplane cockpit.
The church's endurance has always depended on integrating ideas seemingly at odds. Can we Catholics today, from among our factions, carry that forward?
Team officials and Mayor Melvin Carter announced on Tuesday the extended lease for the Xcel Energy Center.
Some agonizing over his momentum for 2020.
A jury has convicted a man accused of killing two brothers after a fight at a Twin Lakes bar in November 2017.
Diessner is part of the third generation of his family to help lead Kraus-Anderson companies.
Recent departures do not imperil Walmart's future because "the people Walmart needs to be innovators were never the ones coming from outside," analyst Brandon Fletcher wrote.
The Bay Area is a thriving job center with great amenities, but dissatisfaction is growing.
Maine lawmakers might try to pump some life into the state's troubled wild blueberry industry by overhauling the makeup of the commission that promotes the state's most important fruit crop.
These days, Facebook promises to remove all deleted accounts within 90 days and to allow no access to the accounts during that time.
A sign in a window of the homeowner's house read, "No trespassing. Violators will be shot. Survivors will be shot again."
Richard Liu is accused of raping the woman in her apartment, and one professor says the "sky's the limit" if the case settles.
Questions of secrecy continue in Mohamed Noor's murder trial
A governor has not had to elect regents since 2001.
A judge says it appears the Trump administration can identify potentially thousands of children who were separated from their families at the border in less time than the one to two years it wants.