Thousands of Somalis in Minnesota are expected to show support for the new prime minister of their homeland.
A Minnesota man accused of helping young Somalis travel from the U.S. to fight in their homeland has pleaded not guilty.
Longtime American Indian residents in a poor Minneapolis neighborhood and some of their new neighbors from Somalia are struggling to get along. A handful of alleged attacks against women and elders haven’t helped.
A congressional panel investigating homegrown terrorism in America displayed sharp divisions Thursday over how to frame the discussion, reflecting a country still struggling with how best to combat terrorism nearly a decade after the Sept. 11 attacks.
It is perhaps the least likely place to find tens of thousands of African refugees: the cold, snowy, middle of America. So why are there so many Somalis in Minnesota?
National health groups are joining a study into autism rates among Somalis living in Minneapolis.