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'A Glimmer Of Hope': China Drops Plans To Impose Added Ag TariffsChina says it would not impose additional tariffs on U.S. pork, soybeans and other agricultural commodities.
Minneapolis City Council Unanimously Passes Renters Protections OrdinanceThe Minneapolis City Council passed an ordinance Friday morning that will make it easier for renters to find a place to live.
Gov. Walz Says Trip To Japan, South Korea May Lead To New Business Gov. Tim Walz says his just-concluded trade trip to Japan and South Korea was productive and thinks it will lead to new business eventually.
Fiery Exchanges Dominate Democratic Presidential DebateThe top White House hopefuls faced off for the first time alongside seven other candidates who are under increasing pressure to break out of the pack. All assailed Trump without mercy.
Legislative Auditor Jim Nobles Puts Water Gremlin, MPCA Under MicroscopeAn independent fact finder will look at how the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency handled a pollution investigation.
Democratic Rep. Jamie Long Quits University Of Minnesota Research PostA Democratic legislator has resigned from a paid fellowship at the University of Minnesota amid questions over how he got the post, and the former Democratic lawmaker who hired him has been reassigned.
'You're Fired': Turnover In The Trump AdministrationPresident Donald Trump has now had more national security advisors than any first term president ever, adding to the already-high White House turnover.
'Want The Option': Lawmakers Hear Terminally Ill's Case For Legalizing Physician-Assisted DeathsCritics call it assisted suicide, supporters prefer the term medically aid in dying.
'Some People Did Something': Son Of 9/11 Victim Addresses Ilhan Omar During Memorial CeremonyDuring Wednesday’s ceremony remembering the victims killed on 9/11, a man whose mother died in the terrorist attack took time to admonish Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar over a remark she made earlier this year.