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March 17
Andy Luger in 2013.

Andy Luger is being unfairly attacked

His record fighting extremism should be viewed favorably as he competes for U.S. attorney's post.
March 16

How to best aid workers, employers in Minnesota

State leaders need to find common ground on COVID-related tax policy.
March 15

High-profile settlement complicates the Chauvin trial

Former cop deserves a fair trial, and timing of city's deal with family makes that more difficult.
March 14
Des Moines Register reporter Andrea Sahouri listens to opening statements in her trial in which she is charged with failure to disperse and interferen

Journalism on trial

Iowa reporter was arrested while covering a protest. The case should not have made it to court.
March 14
Press operator Larry Sorenson, left, watches the copy counter as he and operator Todd Matthews run the Missoulian press on Feb. 26, 2021, in Missoula,

Negotiating a level field for local news

A proposal in Congress would give publishers leverage with Big Tech.
March 13

Voting rights are under attack again

Across the U.S. — including in Minnesota — some want to make it harder to cast a ballot.
March 12

Major COVID dial turn is worth celebrating

The pandemic isn't over in Minnesota, but Walz's decision is a sign of hope for residents, business.
March 11

Relief bill contains welcome fix on health plan costs

COVID economic stimulus plan smartly expands financial aid to buy insurance.
March 10

Seeking equality in state's vaccine strategies

Minnesota needs to make sure that people of color aren't left behind as pace of shots ramps up.
March 9
Birds fly over the city of Kabul, Afghanistan, on Feb. 1.

Afghan peace process needs a jolt

A troop withdrawal deadline looms as Secretary of State Antony Blinken sends clear signal.
March 8

Grandparents: Let the post-shot visits commence

Getting together will look a lot more normal for those who are fully vaccinated.
March 7
Shad Williams, a second-grade teacher at the School of Engineering and Arts in Golden Valley, talked with a student as the class worked through a less

Adding diversity to state teaching ranks is a critical goal

Studies show that students of color benefit, which could help close stubborn achievement gaps.
March 6

Heading off terrorism in Minnesota

Modest budget request by Gov. Tim Walz would bolster a key state investigative unit.
March 5

Remove state's vaccine query on sexual orientation

Confusion about the question could curtail sign-ups for Minnesota's Vaccine Connector.
March 4

Hennepin County steps up on climate change

Extensive proposal offers strategies that would lead to a cleaner, healthier environment.
March 3

A needed vaccine boost as states clamor to open up

Biden administration brokers a deal with Johnson & Johnson and Merck — and not a moment too soon for an impatient nation.
March 3

Protect Minnesotans from price gouging

At least 35 other states have laws that safeguard consumers when a crisis hits.
March 2

Don't be picky if you're offered a vaccine

There are now three safe, highly effective COVID options in the U.S. Take the first one that's available.
March 1
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia in 2019. American intelligence agencies concluded that the crown prince approved the plan for operati

Biden flinches on Khashoggi response

Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler, is implicated in journalist's killing.
February 28

Bracing for trial with ample time to prepare

Local and state officials appear to have a good public safety strategy for Chauvin trial.
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