Politics

Voting bill collapses, Democrats unable to change filibuster

President Joe Biden spoke during a news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022
Politics

Biden says nation weary from COVID but rising with him in WH

Politics

Supreme Court allows Jan. 6 committee to get Trump documents

Mariam Kayali, right, had to show her COVID-19 vaccination card to server Aliya Hinz to dine in at the Hark Cafe downtown in Minneapolis on Wednesday.
Richard Tsong-Taatarii, Star Tribune
Mariam Kayali, right, had to show her COVID-19 vaccination card to server Aliya Hinz to dine in at the Hark Cafe downtown in Minneapolis on Wednesday.

Mpls., St. Paul restaurant mandates met with grim resolve

Starting Wednesday, the cities are requiring businesses seat only customers who are vaccinated or can show a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours.
Timberwolves forward Anthony Edwards yells after being ejected during the third quarter of Wednesday’s game in Atlanta.
Sports

Edwards ejected, Towns fumes as Wolves unravel in testy loss to Atlanta

The Vikings’ new football bosses will have a decision to make: Keep or get rid of quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Sports

Scoggins: Elephant in the Vikings interview rooms wears No. 8

The towers of the Hennepin County Government Center in downtown Minneapolis.
Local

Unions representing 3,500 Hennepin County workers file intent to strike in 10 days

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Alison Spencer wanted to spend more time with her brother, Teddy, so the two embarked on a four-month journey of burgers, fries and conversation.
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'Colorblind' treatment decision won't promote racial justice

The decision is disappointing and detrimental to the people of color in our state who are far more likely to suffer from COVID-19.

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