The revelations of President Trump seeking to leverage military aid to Ukraine in return for the latter investigating Joe Biden changes the calculus.
This man is a violation of American principles in every aspect of his actions.
Sulfide mining, which will pollute the state’s strongest resource, should not be viewed as a solution to “defeat climate change.”
Judicial rulings often do reflect the ideology and even partisan leanings of those who appoint them to the bench.
In response to this summer’s horrifying spate of mass violence, state Sen. Warren Limmer suggested that Republicans hold a hearing dedicated to lecturing lawmakers and advocates on what gun safety laws already exist.
Food is never something to be taken for granted or wasted. It is sacred.
While young people are so important for the world seeing the moral clarity of climate action, it is absurd and unfair to ask them to shoulder the burden of building this future alone.
As the practices of collecting and logging citizen contact continues to grow, Congress needs to think critically about what this data and these data collection practices are doing to representatives’ relationships with citizens.
The collaboration between Open Arms of Minnesota and Blue Cross Blue Shield Minnesota supports patients and their families by providing health-condition-specific home-delivered meals and nutrition education services to patients after a stay in the hospital and others with chronic conditions.
Countries don’t annex other countries. Or at least that is how the story goes.
College is too late of a start for students to start learning about consent and sexual violence.
Tuition growth is due to rapidly increasing expenditures that are tied to increases in the number of employees at the U. And the most rapid growth among these employees is in the category labeled Professional and Administrative.
It is just as important to protect the waters of the St. Louis River watershed as it is the Rainy River Basin. There is de facto racism in placing the romantic attachment of outdoor enthusiasts to the BWCA over the interests of the Ojibwe.
The legacy of African-American slavery and genocide is inarguable. We must acknowledge this crime, which would be the first step toward justice.
I have believed for a long time that one way he got this way is because he has experienced so few of the hardships most of us have endured by the time we reach our 70s.
From focusing on small steps to using stories to drive change, 17 sustainability scientists offer a plan for achieving the elusive SDGs.
Nothing is more essential to capitalism than what its cheerleaders politely call self-interest, or what the rest of us term selfishness — the “I-got-mine-you-get-yours” ethic. Is there a no more fitting description of Trump’s behavior?
Dry stacking of mine waste is not a panacea. Look at the other mines that employ it and see how successful they are at protecting the environment.
If we can give kids and families what they need in the first five years of life, there is no ceiling to what they can accomplish.
There are several reasons. The first is polling data that suggest 64% of those surveyed by Gallup favor legalization, including in Midwest states such as Minnesota.