Police converge on north Mpls. after report of shots fired

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Witnesses reported a heavy police presence in the area, and long stretches of both streets have been cordoned off with yellow police tape.

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Blaine community service officer Jennah Justen gave Ranger, the Nanneys' dog, a new home.

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Men cross the Gateway International Bridge over the Rio Grande after being deported from Brownsville, Texas, June 23, 2018.
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Men cross the Gateway International Bridge over the Rio Grande after being deported from Brownsville, Texas, June 23, 2018.

Backed by data, Texas city asks Trump: What border crisis?

Trump's descriptions of a chaotic, crime-ridden border have frustrated many who live and work there; in Brownsville, many say that the illegal immigration "crisis" is largely a fiction.
Washington Tech Magnet High School juniors Ann Lee, left, and Nabiha Ali did AP biology classwork after a hike.

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“I hate to bring this up, but we came this close to winning the state of Minnesota,” President Trump said to thousands of cheering supporters at a

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After getting "unbelievable high bids" for restoring and updating her 1910 Arts & Crafts home in south Minneapolis, she decided to put on the general contractor hat.
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A culture hell-bent on separating pleasure from responsibility made #MeToo inevitable, so now should come the reflective part of the reckoning.

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