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People who remain intellectually active and curious their entire lives tend to start their decline from “a higher cognitive point,” the study’s authors conclude.
Politics & Policy
It’s an idea more than a century in the making: Minneapolis could one day have a massive trail system for bicyclists and pedestrians that encircles the whole city.
Hennepin County is making the first steps to address some of the racial disparities in homelessness head-on, through a national program that will allow the county to benefit from other cities’ approaches to the issue.
Minnesota dropped in the 2018 rankings for the second time in two years, from sixth to seventh place.
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