Editorial
October 22
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau waves to the crowd as he takes the stage in Montreal on Oct. 22.

Trudeau triumphs in Canada, but he's diminished

He'll continue to lead Minnesota's largest trading partner despite damage suffered from scandals.
Editorial
October 22
In this frame grab from video provided by Hawar News, ANHA, the Kurdish news agency, residents who were angry over a U.S. withdrawal from Syria hurled

You've got to love foreign policy

Its effects ripple more broadly than voters might believe.
Editorial
October 21

Sound new effort on U building names

University president Joan Gabel is rightly seeking a clearer, more consistent policy on renamings.
Editorial
October 18
The Sherburne County sheriff had asked for the public's help in finding Ethan Haus, age 6, after he went missing on Tuesday afternoon.

Tech to the rescue after boy goes missing

People are justly concerned about how it's developed and used, but here's a reason to be grateful.
Editorial
October 18
Amy Klobuchar during her first campaign appearance as a presidential candidate in February.

Voters should give Klobuchar a look

Pragmatic ideas and unifying tone could be a winning formula, and a way of governing.
Editorial
October 18

Teens are struggling with mental health, suicide. We need to find out why.

Twin reports confirm the problem, highlight need for action, understanding.
Editorial
October 17
Anne Cammack holds a barred owl in the woods of the nature center.

Good news on the eventual fate of Warner Nature Center

McNeely family says closing is needed to chart a new course and improve the 900-acre gem.
Editorial
October 16
U.S. Rep. Katie Porter, D-Calif., is urging federal officials to improve oversight and accountability at the nation’s 58 nonprofit organ procurement

Too many Americans die while waiting for 'gift of life'

Innovation, oversight is needed to make more organs available for critically ill patients.
Editorial
October 15

Focus on meaningful consequences for repeat offenders in Minneapolis

A small number of juveniles are going back to the streets and causing too many problems.
Editorial
October 14

Trump parody video: Yeah, and the movie …

One can't really neglect the point that the "Kingsman" scene was also abhorrent.
Editorial
October 14
This March 7, 2016, file photo shows the Trump National Doral clubhouse in Doral, Fla. A graphically violent parody video, shown at a meeting of Presi

Violent parody video is a new low in today's political environment

Trump needs to do more than have White House staff issue impersonal condemnation.
Editorial
October 11

Gathering boosts Minnesota's reputation for health and wellness leadership

Summit in Minneapolis reflects Minnesota's world-class status in wellness industries.
Editorial
October 11

Get the lead out, Minnesota

Toxic bullets and fishing tackle harm the environment and humans. It's time to go lead-free.
Editorial
October 11

A worthy Nobel Peace Prize for Ethiopia's Abiy

Prime minister is noted for Eritrean peace process, regional mediation, internal reforms.
Editorial
October 10

Credit union must rebuild trust before more taxpayer dollars are invested

Troubling allegations plague startup financial institution in Minneapolis.
Editorial
October 9
The Minneapolis skyline as seen from downtown St. Paul.

Hey President Trump, take a look at what we've done

Though not without problems, Minneapolis and St. Paul are thriving Midwestern cities.
Editorial
October 8
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey held a press conference Tuesday at City Hall.

Controversy builds over Trump's Minneapolis rally

Questions are raised over police policies and public costs, and a little transparency would be welcome.
Editorial
October 7

Wait … what? When information induces whiplash

Crime and nutrition are recent contributors to cognitive dissonance.
Editorial
October 7
President Donald Trump vowed on Monday, Oct. 7, 2019, to pull back from military involvement in the Middle East and leave it to others “to figure th

Trump betrays Kurdish allies

Move in Syria imperils the region and sends a wrong signal to the world.
Editorial
October 4

Don't neglect the basics to boost Minnesota grad rates

Fewer dropouts is a worthy goal if paired with improved student achievement.
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