Trump wanted James Comey and Hillary Clinton prosecuted

59 minutes ago
Donald McGahn, then the White House counsel, rejected the president's request, according to two people familiar with the conversation in the spring.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton, shown in May, spoke at a news conference in St. Paul. Dayton says he expects to be home before Thanksgiving after complica
Politics

Dayton plans to leave Mayo after monthlong hospitalization

Romaine lettuce still sits on the shelves in the produce area of an Albertsons market Tuesday in Simi Valley, Calif. Health officials told people to s
Mark J. Terrill, Associated Press
Romaine lettuce still sits on the shelves in the produce area of an Albertsons market Tuesday in Simi Valley, Calif. Health officials told people to stop eating romaine lettuce because of a new E. coli outbreak.

E. coli alert causes grocers, chefs to dump romaine lettuce

Kowalski's and others clear their shelves; a Lake Elmo restaurant is reworking its salads for Thanksgiving.
Santa Clara’s Josh Martin tried to shoot over the Gophers’ Daniel Oturu during the first half in the Vancouver Showcase on Tuesday night.
Sports

Kalscheur's long-range skills push Gophers past Santa Clara

45 minutes ago
Robert Covington, right, acquired in the Jimmy Butler trade, showed his first-team All-NBA defensive flair in battling with the Pelicans’ Julius Ran
Sports

Wolves' defense has improved dramatically since Butler trade

42 minutes ago
The flow began at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Tuesday afternoon as folks tried to get a jump on their holiday travels.
Variety

Crowds expected on the roads, at the airport for holiday travel

40 minutes ago
 Don't Miss
Disney princesses are a big part of the new "Ralph Breaks the Internet."

'Ralph Breaks the Internet' flips the script on Disney princesses

REVIEW: Wreck-It Ralph is back, and now he's gone rogue on the internet.
Amazon will soon close to unauthorized Apple resellers. At the same time, Apple agreed to make new iPads, iPhones and Apple Watches to Amazon for the
Business

How Apple and other manufacturers attack your right to repair their products