Noor trial reveals deep fracture between Mpls. police, County Attorney's Office

Experienced attorneys say they have never seen such deep conflict between a law enforcement agency and prosecutor revealed in a Minnesota courtroom.
Steam rises from an Xcel Energy power plant in St. Paul.

Technology, cost could hamper efforts for carbon-free grid in Minnesota

Attorney General William Barr testifies before a subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee about the Justice Department’s 2020 budget requ
Melissa Lyttle, New York Times
Attorney General William Barr reviewed the evidence and decided that President Trump had not obstructed justice.

Legal dispute between Mueller, Barr drove end of investigation

When Robert Mueller presented his findings without reaching a decision about President Trump and obstruction of justice, Attorney General William Barr decided that Trump had not. The legal disagreement opens the door to further political fights over presidential power.

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At Cream and Amber bookstore in Hopkins, customers can sip a beer while they browse the shelves.

As 3 Twin Cities indie bookstores have closed, 3 have opened

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A container of Icelandic Provisions Skyr blueberry yogurt.

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Legacies of Vietnam: Let us help the continuing victims of Agent Orange

My husband, a Vietnam vet who was exposed to Agent Orange and died in 2006, dedicated his benefits to aid an affected group that got scant help: people in Vietnam. Now, the U.S. is stepping up, too.