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Congress overrides Obama's veto on Sept. 11 lawsuit bill
The legislation allows families of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue the Saudi Arabian government. The override is the first of Obama's presidency. ...
California suspends some Wells Fargo business amid scandal
While the sanctions apply to only a portion of California's business with Wells Fargo, the impact could grow if more states follow suit. ...
Brighter skies ahead, Tropical Storm Matthew arrives
Atmospheric block producing stuck weather pattern. ...
With BCA investigation over, what's next in Castile case?
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi must now determine whether or not he will charge officer Jeronimo Yanez in Castile's death -- or if a grand jury will make the decision. Here's how grand juries work -- and why they've become such a controversial tool of the justice system. ...
Officials hope Lake Minnewashta zebra mussel treatment sticks
Learning from experience on Christmas Lake, officials treat larger area of Lake Minnewashta. ...
'Children of the New World' offers a glimpse into a tech-obsessed future
Alexander Weinstein's collection of stories examines what happens when technology outpaces ethics. ...
PCA union makes early push for new contract
Minnesota’s unionized personal care assistants are making an early push for a new contract agreement with the state. ...
Appetites: Minnesota's best hot sauces
The Twin Cities hot sauce scene is growing, says City Pages food writer Mecca Bos. ...
Hear something, say something: Navigating the world of racial awkwardness
What do you do when a friend or loved one talks about race in a way that makes you cringe? Karen Good Marable, Aaron Sanchez, Robyn Henderson-Espinoza and Channing Kennedy tell us how they reacted. ...
I guess we need to talk about Pepe the Frog
A cartoon frog became popular, then a pariah. Now the Anti-Defamation League has identified it as a hate symbol. We take a short look at the amphibious, ambiguous meme. ...
FBI head: Extremism apparent influence in St. Cloud mall attack
FBI Director James Comey says the man who went on a stabbing rampage at Crossroads Center mall before being shot and killed appears to have been inspired, at least in part, by extremist ideology. ...
Beekeepers benefit from the hive mind in community apiaries
Modeled after community gardens, the sweet setups allow beekeepers to maintain hives in public spaces. Beekeepers harvest not just honey but the collective knowledge of their colleagues. ...
Congress reaches agreement to fund government until December
After weeks of negotiations, agreement over aid to Flint, Mich. will keep the government running through mid-December, narrowly avoiding a Sept. 30 deadline. ...
Wells Fargo CEO to forfeit tens of millions in stock awards amid scandal
Wells Fargo says John Stumpf and the former retail-banking head will forfeit stock awards worth about $60 million combined, after employees opened unauthorized customer accounts to meet company goals. ...
St. Cloud Somali community seeks answers in mall stabbings
Abdul Kulane, who was a 2014 City Council candidate says questions likely will linger until security video from the night of Sept. 17 when 20-year-old Dahir Adan was killed is released. ...
Satanic Temple brings after-school club to elementary pupils
The Portland chapter of The Satanic Temple has succeeded in its efforts to bring an after-school program to a Portland elementary school. ...
Como Zoo baby zebra named in honor of longtime volunteer
Baby zebra Krump was born on Sept. 3, and is named for Frank Krmpotich, who served as a greeter at the zoo for more than two decades. ...
Hamline University considering changes in curriculum, staffing
Preliminary recommendations include combining the African American and Women's Studies programs under a social justice umbrella. ...
Arizona newspaper breaks with tradition, backs Clinton
For the first time in its 126-year history, the Arizona Republic has endorsed a Democrat for president. The paper acknowledged Hillary Clinton's missteps, but said Donald Trump poses a serious threat. ...
Philando Castile police shooting probe complete, sent to prosecutors
State authorities say they've turned over their findings into the July 6 shooting of Castile by a St. Anthony police officer. Ramsey County Attorney John Choi must now decide the next steps as he weighs prosecuting the officer. ...
Earth had its warmest temperature ever in 2015 and weather extremes are continuing into 2016, including locally with heavy rains causing flooding. Are you concerned?
Yes, human-caused climate change is a serious problem.
Yes, but this is a natural cycle that will pass.
No, there is no such thing as climate change.
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