Hillary Clinton may be on a glide path to the nomination, but Sanders is still bringing up the problems that beset our country.
Minneapolis-based Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en la Lucha tries to fill a role historically played by unions — educating workers about their rights and teaching negotiation skills.
The longtime civil-rights activist sounds off on retirement, the Minneapolis Police Department — and why he doesn't get Black Lives Matter.
The city council wants a "partnership group" of 15 residents to study paid sick leave. Now comes the hard part: deciding who should serve on the panel.
A recent event hosted by Rep. Keith Ellison to discuss the issue seemed less like a public forum than the opening session of a peace conference.
Six months after Mayor Betsy Hodges made the agenda the focus of her state of the city address, the once-ambitious plan is now a lot less ambitious.
Thursday’s groundbreaking was for what is eventually expected to be two buildings — one devoted to emergency shelter and permanent housing and the other for social programs.
Only San Francisco has anything similar to what's being proposed for employers in Minneapolis. But while the local ordinance would cover every employee in the city, San Francisco's covers relatively few.
Last week, Minnesota Sportservice, which contracts the temp agencies who hire workers for Target Field, met most of the worker’s demands, though higher wages were not part of the final deal.
Pearlstein says there are plenty of smart, thoughtful conservatives here to keep the center going.
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