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A federal appeals court on Thursday kept in place three California laws intended to protect immigrants, continuing the state's efforts to be a national leader in opposing Trump administration policies.
Bob Janssen, a dean among Minnesota birders, headed to Rock County, with an assist from friends.
At the moment two years ago when Donald Trump learned a special counsel had been appointed to investigate his campaign and Russia, the president responded with profane fury — and something resembling panic.
Police said he was found holding a knife next to dying woman.
President Donald Trump's new North America trade agreement would give the U.S. economy only a modest boost, an independent federal agency has found.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Thursday:
A Guthrie newcomer supervised the installation of a 6-ton pool for the Tony Award-winning "Metamorphoses."
British director Mike Leigh tried to keep contemporary issues out of his 1819 drama. He couldn't.
The specialty women's retail chain failed to meet minimum market cap of $15 million.
St. Paul theater will install giant mural-like sculptures to honor the late Grant Hart.
Officer Matthew Harrity testified today that he was on high alert as he drove down the south Minneapolis alley in response to Justine Ruszczyk Damond's 911 call.
A conference spokesman said the presidents' council decided to take no immediate action.
The Blue Jays rallied from an early 3-1 deficit and won their third game of the four-game series at Target Field in front of another sparse crowd.
A customer was tied up as duo made off with more than $11,000, according to federal prosecutors.
Mayor Jacob Frey said Minneapolis will likely be the first city to ban the training, which critics say creates a higher likelihood for an unecessary use-of-force encounter with the public.