UCare To Drop Lawsuit Against State For Health Contracts A Minnesota health insurance company said Friday that it will drop its lawsuit against the state for not renewing its contracts to cover hundreds of thousands of low-income residents. Franken Calls His Washington Memoir A ‘Psychological Thriller’ U.S. Sen. Al Franken is not done with his career as an author. The second-term Minnesota Democrat, former "Saturday Night Live" writer-performer, and best-selling author is working on a memoir about his years in Washington.
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Good Questions: The Moon, Flags & Pepper Sneezes Nine-year-old Lexi from Forest Lake asks: Why can you see the moon during the day? "My first reaction is, 'Why not?'" University of Minnesota astrophysicist Terry Jones said. "It's lit up by the sun and when it's up in the sky, you can see it whether... Woman Says Minnesota Church Ruined Family’s Gravestone A Minnesota woman says a church's mistake has ruined a family gravestone.
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