Minneapolis smolders after night of protests, violence

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During a second night of violent protests in south Minneapolis, one person died after being shot by a store owner, police said. Many businesses were looted and some were in flames early today. Earlier, Mayor Jacob Frey called for a fired officer's arrest in George Floyd's death.
President Donald Trump has been claiming extraordinarily sweeping powers during the coronavirus crisis that constitutional and legal scholars say the

Trump continues to claim broad powers he doesn't have

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Gov. Walz sticks to the plan for now with Minnesota restaurants

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4 Minnesota nursing homes with outbreaks cited for serious violations

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As restaurateurs around the world resume in-person dining, they're getting creative to adhere to social distancing rules while trying to serve as many customers as health and safety measures will allow.
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