Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen providing info in special counsel's probe

Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer, claimed Thursday he is providing "critical information" as part of Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Business

Wells Fargo to cut 10 percent of workforce over next 3 years

A small plane was ripped from its hangar and flipped by a tornado at Faribault Municipal Airport earlier Thursday night.
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Severe storms cause 'significant' damage in southeastern Minnesota

Sheriff lays out missed chances for quick answers to Jacob's fate

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A task force formed to find missing 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling in 1989 wasted time chasing far-flung leads and listening to psychics rather than tracking compelling evidence close to home, Don Gudmundson said.
Robert Mueller on February 16, 2011, as he testifies before a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing in Washington.
Star Tribune/MPR News Minnesota Poll

Russia inquiry is fair, half of voters in Minnesota Poll say; a third disagree

President Donald Trump responds to a reporters question during an event with sheriffs in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Se
Star Tribune/MPR News Minnesota Poll

Minnesotans disapprove of President Trump's description of news media

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Kill the kickoff? Football may face it, but not without a fight

At all levels of football, rules are being changed to make the kickoff safer. But that might not be enough to save it.
A Children’s nurse applied numbing cream before a shot for 8-year-old JoJo Truong, with her dad, Jerome Truong.
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At Children's Minnesota hospitals, a shot at reducing needle pain

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Target is testing shopper's attention by announcing a weeklong 10-percent off everything sale on page 2 of its weekly circular.
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Target's storewide 'Fun Run' discount is testing shoppers' attention

Opinion

Left-right divide may be tempered by religion

Data suggest that religious conservatives are less attuned to President Trump's demographic policies and pronouncements than are secular conservatives.