Vatican defrocks former US cardinal McCarrick for sex abuse

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Calls rose for Pope Francis to reveal what he knew about Theodore McCarrick's apparently decades-long predatory sexual behavior.
Science

Is benefit of having trees 'oversold' in green space planning?

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With her daughter Abigail and husband John at her side, Amy Klobuchar made her first campaign appearance as a presidential candidate in Eau Claire, Wi
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Klobuchar points to importance of Midwest in campaign stops in Wisconsin, Iowa

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Nation

Police: Aurora attacker used gun he shouldn't have owned

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President Donald Trump declared a national emergency Friday in order to build a wall along the southern border.
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President Donald Trump declared a national emergency Friday in order to build a wall along the southern border.

Trump's emergency move puts GOP lawmakers in tough spot

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It remains to be seen whether Senate Republicans will act collectively to try to stop Trump or how far into uncharted territory they are willing to follow him.
The Gophers' Jordan Murphy (3) drove to the basket against the University of Indiana's Juwan Morgan (13) during the first half of Gophers game Saturda
Sports

Gophers roll to 84-63 win over Indiana, ending 4-game losing streak

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Hiking through a vineyard in winter gives an appreciation for Minnesota-grown wine grapes at Crow River Winery by Hutchinson.
Variety

A winter winery crawl on the Twin Cities' western edge

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East Bethel couple created a luscious landscape where they 'vacation' at home

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With these sweet names, Minnesota couple is 'Hershey PR team's dream come true'

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The American bison, or buffalo, was once prolific across the western U.S. before the years immediately following the Civil War, when they were killed
Business

American Indians still haven't recovered from costs of buffalo slaughter, study shows

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Capitalism with Scandinavian characteristics

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