Letters
April 19
Supporters of President Donald Trump cheered his motorcade Thursday in West Palm Beach, Fla. Trump is spending the Easter weekend at his Mar-a-Lago es

Readers Write: Mueller report, Mohamed Noor trial

One point of agreement: Shame!
Letters
April 19
Commemorative pens for Minnesota’s Electoral College Assembly ceremony in 2016.

Readers Write: Electoral college, Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board, aunts and uncles

Sorry. We need a game-changer.
Letters
April 19
After the fire last week at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Maggie Sullivan of St. Paul offered the Star Tribune photos taken during a visit in early M

Readers Write: The fire at Notre Dame Cathedral, diversity on the University of Minnesota Board of Regents, U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar

Why rebuilding burned cathedral is a priority.
Letters
April 18
President Donald Trump met with President Vladimir Putin of Russia in July 2018. A redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page rep

Readers Write: The Mueller report, health care

The president couldn't collude/obstruct if he tried.
Letters
April 17
The UnitedHealth Group campus in Minnetonka. Speaking to investment analysts as his company announced a 22% jump in profit for the first three months

Readers Write: UnitedHealth CEO and single-payer, Amazon's size and success

Motivations matter in debate over the future of health care.
Letters
April 16
A body camera tested by the Minneapolis Police Department was displayed in 2014. The department began equipping officers with the cameras in 2016. In

Readers Write: Mohamed Noor trial, U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, President Donald Trump's visit, Minnesota Legislature and taxes

Police bodycams: A comparison from the airplane cockpit.
Letters
April 15
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Readers Write: Devicing while driving, taxes, University of Minnesota administrative costs, vaccinations, smoking age, Catholic Church

And now for the built-ins.
Letters
April 12
Mark Berg, who runs a 200-cow farm with his father near Pine Island, Minn., posted a video on Facebook this week that expressed frustrations over maki

Readers Write: 'Dairy despair,' U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, measles and vaccination

Emotional video, cop-out response.
Letters
April 12
Readers Write: University of Minnesota administration and coaching costs, an idea for immigration, doubts about dietary 'Mom Hack,' a scolding for Jef

Readers Write: University of Minnesota administration and coaching costs, an idea for immigration, doubts about dietary 'Mom Hack,' a scolding for Jeff Bezos

Time for a hard look at higher-education costs in our state.
Letters
April 12
Benedict XVI, who declared he would “remain hidden to the world” when he became the first pope in six centuries to abdicate in 2013, released a 6,

Readers Write: Pope Benedict, Julian Assange, housing, college admission crimes, clear syntax, maple (around these parts, stranger) syruping

How to navigate dual authorities.
Letters
April 11
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a rally after a tight election Tuesday that nonetheless left his Likud party with a clear advantage in

Readers Write: Israeli election, U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, vaccinations, water quality in Minnesota, Trump and tax cuts (and his returns), St. Thomas and the MIAC

Hamas wins vote for status quo.
Letters
April 11
Actress Felicity Huffman agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy and fraud for paying a consultant $15,000 disguised as a charitable donation to boost he

Readers Write: College admission crimes, measles and vaccination, orthopedic brace scheme, Parkinson's disease, oversight of assisted-living facilities

Proposals for alternative sentences.
Letters
April 9
The Final Four scene on Nicollet Mall — this was the Tip-Off Tailgate event on Friday.

Readers Write: Nicollet Mall, veterans, action needed at the Legislature on CPR and mental health, next big national sports event for Minnesota, Trump's tax returns

A glimpse of what could be.
Letters
April 8
In October 2017, President Donald Trump introduced Kirstjen Nielsen as his selection for secretary of Homeland Security. Nielsen resigned the position

Readers Write: Immigration and the firing of Kirstjen Nielsen, the Mueller report and rallies demanding its release, Army vet's exit essay, public access to Noor trial evidence

Souls were sold. Maybe one is now free.
Letters
April 5
The overflow room was full in late February as people listened to a Minnesota House committee discuss gun legislation on background checks and a “re

Readers Write: Gun legislation, meat inspections, adoption and privacy, agitation over Mueller report, voting age

A need is a need is a need.
Letters
April 5
Phillip Adamo, a history professor at Augsburg University, was suspended after a classroom discussion about the N-word set off student complaints. Ada

Readers Write: The N-word in the classroom, forgiving poor grammar, the oil business, urban lighting and birds

When can a white professor speak a racial slur for the sake of discussion? Simple: Never.
Letters
April 5
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Readers Write: Health care provider tax, 20-week abortion ban proposal, paid family leave, organ donation, maple — get this straight — sugaring

The cases for continuing the provider tax.
Letters
April 4
Members of the Plymouth police and Wayzata High School students waited to receive their scores after a friendly trapshooting competition. A letter wri

Readers Write: Gun legislation, Nordic comparisons, meat-inspector cuts, wind turbines, farm country solutions

Supporters' activism is misplaced.
Letters
April 3
Senate majority leader Paul Gazelka met in January with members of the Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus.

Readers Write: Guns and distracted driving, Army Ammunition Plant site, Democrats and Joe Biden, Republicans and health care, Final Four sign spellings

Legislation about public safety would seem to have a connection — right?
Letters
April 2
Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, center, arrived for jury selection on Monday with his attorneys Peter Wold, left, and Thomas Plunkett,

Readers Write: Mohamed Noor trial, pedestrian safety, sexual assault, aging parents, littering, good language use

Do we have a public justice system or not?
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