Republican tax bill could alter landscape for homeowners

For decades, the tax code has been filled with rewards for homeownership. Tax breaks encourage people to get into first homes and to trade up…
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Tough work ahead for Tina Smith – on the Hill and at home

Delta's 747s, a vestige of Northwest's heyday, will visit Minnesota for the final time
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Delta's 747s, a vestige of Northwest's heyday, will visit Minnesota for the final time

Politics

Seven forbidden words: Top U.S. health agency told not to use fetus, transgender, more

Changing consumers ignite food revolution in Minnesota
Glen Stubbe, Star Tribune
Jack Weber drove his wheat combine on his field. The wheat doesn't bring much cash but it does improve the health of his soil.

Changing consumers ignite food revolution in Minnesota

Are you buying more organic groceries these days? You're not the only one, and our food systems are changing because of it. Demand for socially responsible options is transforming the state's grocery stores, food companies and economy
Thile announces new name for 'A Prairie Home Companion'
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Thile announces new name for 'A Prairie Home Companion'

Mike Zimmer's fingerprints remain all over the Bengals' defense he left behind
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Mike Zimmer's fingerprints remain all over the Bengals' defense he left behind

 Data Drop
How broke students are driving up poverty rates in small college towns

How broke students are driving up poverty rates in small college towns

New data from the U.S. Census Bureau estimates how much students influence poverty rates.
Wolves fall again to Suns
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Wolves fall again to Suns

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State employees say elder-abuse reports tossed in trash due to backlog of cases
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State employees say elder-abuse reports tossed in trash due to backlog of cases

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