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Cambria Announces International Expansion PlansCambria has announced an expansion to take business overseas and across the globe to Europe, Russia, the Middle East, New Zealand, Australia and Asia.
4 Things To Know: BLM At MOA, Trump And Clinton, Mistletoe & MoreFrom Black Lives Matter demonstrating at Mall of America to holiday cards and mistletoe, here's a look at the four stories to know about for Wednesday, Dec. 22.
Jefferson Hockey Coach Brings In Chess Expert To Help PlayersInspired by a movie on Bobby Fisher, a Twin Cities coach brought a chess expert to Bloomington Jefferson High School to help his girls hockey team get better on the ice.
4 Things To Know: BLM Arrests, Charlie Sheen Has HIV, & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about from Tuesday, Nov. 17. They include a large protest that cut off traffic on a main Twin Cities thoroughfare Monday night, and a fast food sea change.
MNfusion: 'Faces Of War' Comes To Museum Of Russian ArtEstablished in 2001, the Museum of Russian art actually lives in a building that once was a Minnesotan church. The museum houses rotating exhibits that stay anywhere from six months to a year. Their latest, "Faces of War: Russia in World War I," opened on Sept. 26.
Good Question: How Many Nuclear Weapons Still Exist?The United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima 70 years ago Thursday. Estimates of causalities were anywhere between 90,000 and 160,000 people. It was the first nuclear weapon ever used, at a time when the United States was the only country with that capability. All of that has changed.
Q&A With Former Russian Hockey Player Vyacheslav 'Slava' Fetisov On "Red Army""Red Army" revolves around Vyacheslav "Slava" Fetisov - the captain, leader, and soul of the hockey squad. While you'll find the perfunctory highlights and archived evidence of Russia's hockey acumen, the film is wonderfully spliced by sidebars between Fetisov and director Gabe Polsky.
MN Farmers Brace For Russian Food BanMinnesota farmers are bracing after Russia imposed a U.S. food ban in reaction to sanctions. Exports are important for Minnesota farmers, who grow more food than they can use. The ban, which is now in effect, means even more surplus food and lost revenue.
Good Question: Do Sanctions Work?President Obama has imposed new sanctions against Russia for failing to end the conflict in Ukraine. The goal is to weaken Russia's economy and to get President Putin's attention. "On top of the sanctions we've already imposed we are therefore designating certain sectors of the Russian economy as eligible for sanctions," President Obama said during a press conference last Wednesday.
Rep. Kline Calls Russian Behavior 'Way Beyond The Pale'U.S. Rep. John Kline talked about the Malaysian Airlines disaster, school lunches and more with Esme Murphy on WCCO Sunday Morning.
Senate Takes Up Energy Bill Amid Keystone SquabbleThe Senate has voted to take up a bill that supporters of the Keystone XL oil pipeline want to use as a vehicle to authorize immediate construction of the proposed pipeline from Canada to the United States.
Hamline Prof. Reacts To Ukraine-Russia TensionsWith Ukraine and Russia on the verge of a possible war, the rest of world is watching and waiting to see the next course of action.

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