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On the 1,001st day of Trump's tenure, he boasted of saving "millions of lives" by temporarily stopping a Middle East war that he effectively allowed to start in the first place, and announced the next G-7 summit would be held at his own resort.

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Landowner Albert Carlson stands atop a blown out earthen dike where this spring the nearby flood-swollen Zumbro River busted an 80 foot-long hole in t
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Albert Carlson stands atop a blown-out earthen dike, where this spring the nearby flood-swollen Zumbro River busted an 80 foot-long hole in it, flooding his 120 acres.

In SE. Minnesota, swollen river threatens to reclaim cropland

Heavier rainstorms in the last 10 years have made the Zumbro more volatile. The river is punching holes in berms up and down the valley, destroying crops and making the land more difficult to farm.
a family devastated The Klein family in 1950 on their north Minneapolis porch: From the left, Kenneth Jr., Betty, Gordon, Kenneth, Danny and David. Th

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