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It is true that sometimes noncitizens who are accused of crimes don’t face a trial or sentence in the United States. But it’s ICE’s own practices – not community policing policies – which are to blame.
Decades have passed since I detasseled corn, walked beans, hoed the sprawling family garden. Yet, if I look close enough, I see dirt still tracing the creases of my palms.
Americans of the liberal persuasion should heed the lesson of Minnesota: Sometimes, just sometimes, the long shot hits the target.
Getting money out of politics; what's wrong with the Bottineau light rail line; what Jeb Bush really meant; privatizing public housing; and more.
People don’t always do what they’re supposed to do, and it can get other people killed on occasion.
Public meetings starting this week will discuss plans to protect the St. Croix River from invasive species.
Farther down the org chart is where the problem resides and the need exists.
Reflections on freedom and gay marriage; six reasons biking is the best; why you should trust your home inspector; and more.
While the new rules may benefit other parts of the city, North Minneapolis deserves an exemption.
Our Jewish community, synagogues and organizations need to step beyond supporting LGBTQ people in queer spaces and genuinely celebrate Pride in Jewish spaces.
A Minnesotan explains his decision to move to Wisconsin; a cyclist explains why she’s done wearing a helmet; a photographer explains why you should visit Pine Island; and more.
Upzoning Minneapolis; why the soccer stadium should pay taxes; checking in with a small Minnesota turkey farm; and more.
I’m not trying to be in your way. Like you, I’m just trying to go somewhere.
The bison arrive on Saturday, June 6th during an event that’s open to the public.
Environmental agenda for the special session; what it’s like for farmers when animals get sick and die; a call for real leadership at the U; and more.
The Twin Cities has two successful and two unsuccessful recent examples of transit projects. What’s the difference?
Relative safety of different transportation modes; meet the Twins’ official scorekeeper; Mondale on the St. Croix; and more.
Steve Demlow is a member of the Greater Midwest Lego Train Club and a software engineer at 3M.
Lawmakers made these changes to a time-tested, proven tool for affordable health care despite a projected surplus in the fund that pays for it.
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