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Authorities lack 'manpower' to remove pipeline protest camp
The scores of people who set up a new camp of tents and teepees on private land in North Dakota to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline won't immediately be removed, the local sheriff's office said Monday. ...
University of Minnesota lab aims to use simplified cells
Man-made molecules that mimic cells but aren't alive could be used to study dangerous diseases in detail, test new drugs or even define life on other planets. ...
Voter registration causes latest MNsure friction
Republicans say MNsure is straying from its core mission with voter registration mailings. MNsure says it's following the law, and there's more to the story. ...
John Oliver hammers Big Pharma for opioid epidemic
It's tempting to note that it's quite a coincidence that John Oliver's focus last night on 'Last Week Tonight' was the opioid epidemic, coming as it did on a weekend in which authorities announced that two people are dead -- so far -- in a wave of nine overdoses of opioids in th ...
Fire deaths down dramatically in Minnesota, "vaping" may be one reason
"We are on record pace for having the lowest number of fire deaths ever in Minnesota, and we surely hope that pace continues," said Minnesota State Fire Marshal Bruce West. ...
NDSU to kick off 2019 football season at Target Field
Minnesota Twins fans will be hoping their team's playing meaningful baseball in August 2019. If not, they can switch to football when North Dakota State opens its season in Minneapolis at a reconfigured Target Field. ...
What are the main reasons teachers call it quits?
Teachers in the U.S. flee the profession at rates higher than other developed nations. Often, the reasons have little to do with pay, parents or students. ...
Presidential campaigns blast AT&T-Time Warner merger
Donald Trump said it put "too much concentration of power in the hands of too few" and Tim Kaine called for "less concentration, especially in the media." ...
A Palestinian preaches positive thinking to a tough crowd: His own people
Motivational speaker Saed Karzoun has a tough sell in the West Bank as he tries to preach optimism and self-empowerment at a time when pessimism runs high among Palestinians. ...
1960s pop singer Bobby Vee has died at age 73
Pop singer Bobby Vee, who got his start in Moorhead, Minnesota when he was just 15, has died. He was 73. ...
Officials shoot at drone during weekend of pipeline protests
A helicopter helping monitor a protest against the four-state pipeline Sunday morning was approached by a drone in a "threatening manner," the Morton County Sheriff's Office said in a statement. ...
A Civil War history lesson on Trump's visit to Gettysburg
Trump visited the site of Pickett's Charge, a failed Confederate assault on the last day of the Battle of Gettysburg. ...
One-fourth of U.S. cancer deaths linked with 1 thing: smoking
Lung, throat, stomach, liver, colon, pancreas and kidney cancers were among those included in the study, along with leukemia. ...
Judge awards $15 million to victims of 2014 Rochester crash
The victims' family sued Gerald Mohs and three bars that served him alcohol for wrongful death and personal injury. ...
Hunter credited with finding Minnesota girl lost in field
Pheasant hunter Daniel Kiecher, of Lake Lillian, reported hearing the girl yelling for help about 7 p.m. Saturday, and she was found in a field north of where the search had been located. ...
Obituaries on the radio
On the radio this morning, we'll talk about the power and importance of a well written obituary. ...
Out of this world: How artists imagine planets yet unseen
When astronomers spot a new planet that's too far away to be seen in detail, they work with artists to depict it. Space artists say they have a lot of freedom, but have to be careful, too. ...
We can think of few other deaths for which this shaming over non seat-belt use so routinely and consistently appears. ...
'Thrill Me' gets personal about life and writing
Writer Benjamin Percy has been on both sides of the divide between literary and genre fiction, and "Thrill Me" is both a meditation on the writing life and a passionate argument against that divide. ...
Janet Jackson's first big hit album produced in Minneapolis
"When I Think of You" was part of the phenomenal success of her breakthrough album "Control." ...
Are politics today still able to meet the challenges our country is facing?
Yes, to a degree
Not very well
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