JOHN RASH
June 26
The relationship between the U.S. and Canada has been strong throughout the years, despite frosty feelings between leaders.

Amid tension at the top, U.S.-Canada ties are tight

50th anniversary of Canadian consulate in Minneapolis reflects a relationship that, like the Mississippi, "is deep, is profound and it flows."
Editorial
June 26

Police arbitration system needs an overhaul

Legislature must give chiefs more authority to fire cops who fail to protect and serve.
Editorial
June 26

Removing monuments, erasing history

The nation's 26th president is the latest to be removed
Letters
June 26
Fort Bragg, established in North Carolina in 1918, is one of 10 U.S. Army installations named for officers who led military units of the Confederacy i

Readers Write: Renaming things, racial equity

Forgive and forget, especially forget
Editorial
June 26

Districts may regret booting school cops

Minneapolis, St. Paul ended their SRO programs without clear alternatives.
Andrew Yang
June 26
A personal-settings page on a Facebook app.

Andrew Yang: Make tech companies pay you for your data

The average citizen is in the dark. The tech companies have billions of dollars and hundreds of lawyers. We must change the imbalance, and California offers a good model.
Alex S. Vitale
June 26
Minneapolis police conferred as they investigated the scene where a man was found dead in August 2019.

Five myths about policing

On how time is spent, the effects of diversity, bias training, community empowerment, and mental health.
Adam Minter
June 26
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell and newly minted officer Victor Rodriquez in January 2020 as the St. Paul Police Depar

In the city of St. Paul, police reform is working

Mayor Melvin Carter has led the way. But the consensus is fragile.
Editorial
June 25

Bad call at jail leads to human rights complaint

County official admitted keeping minority jailers away from Chauvin.
Steve Sack
June 25
Sack cartoon: Kroll's hard line

Sack cartoon: Kroll's hard line

Frederic W. (“Fritz”) Knaak
June 25
Law enforcement officers stand in formation along Lake Street near Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis as fires burned on May 29.

Counterpoint: Yes, the Twin Cities are harmfully segregated

Here's the real reason why ...
Joseph W. Anthony
June 25
Rather than one person being in charge in Minneapolis, 14 voices lead in City Hall, above, and the city suffers because of it.

Counterpoint: Yes, Minneapolis government is dysfunctional

Here's the real reason why ...
Letters
June 25
A memorial to George Floyd at E. 38th Street and Chicago Avenue.

Readers Write: Societal change, sick leave, statues, public transit

Change has been a long time coming.
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