Trump on Day 1,001: Being 'presidential' is boring

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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Two dozen former Owatonna students find student loan erased

A Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Renton Municipal Airport near Boeing’s factory in Renton, Wash.
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Boeing pilot complained of 'egregious' issue with 737 Max in 2016 messages

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As Mpls. debates police numbers, some residents wonder if more cops are the answer

Earlier this year, the Science Museum of Minnesota received a $1 million grant to update its “RACE: Are We So Different?” exhibit, which debuted i
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Earlier this year, the Science Museum of Minnesota received a $1 million grant to update its “RACE: Are We So Different?” exhibit, which debuted in 2007 and toured the nation for 10 years.

Minnesota nonprofits put a new focus on issues of race

As the state's demographics grow more diverse, nonprofits are taking a look at everything from their leadership positions to how they retain employees of color and use their resources.
What are the five biggest offseason questions facing the Twins?
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What are the five biggest offseason questions facing the Twins?

Gophers linebacker Kamal Martin hit Nebraska quarterback Andrew Bunch in last week’s 34-7 victory over Nebraska.
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After suspension, Gophers linebacker Martin grows into NFL prospect

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Lizzie Erickson, of Bloomington, center, participated in the National Day of Prayer outside U.S. Bank Stadium in 2016.
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Minnesota institute explores what is replacing religion for young adults

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KYNDELL HARKNESS • kharkness@startribune.com] Traffic moved through the roundabout on 66th Street near Hwy 77 in Richfield.

Are roundabouts really safer than traditional intersections?

With only about 5,000 roundabouts on the nation's roads — making them still somewhat uncommon — it's natural for drivers to initially be confused.
Famous Dave’s CEO Jeff Crivello, left, and founder Dave Anderson at the test kitchen in their company’s headquarters in Minnetonka.
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BBQ and doughnuts: Famous Dave and the CEO who turned things around

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