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Photo of the Day for March 30, 2015
36 min 52 sec ago
Obama more dangerous than Putin, say a third of Republicans
1 hour 17 min ago
U.S. agents charged for Silk Road bitcoin theft
2 hours 8 min ago
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A police car blocks one of many entrance points into the National Security Administration facility in Fort Meade, Maryland March 30, 2015. Two people tried to ram their vehicle into the National Security Agency
One dead in gate-crashing attempt at NSA
4 hours 48 min ago
UnitedHealth buys pharmacy-benefit manager Catamaran for $12.8 billion
5 hours 23 min ago
Douglas County authorities are investigating the drowning death of a Foxboro woman found at this site - where Pioneer Trail crosses Bear Creek about 20 miles south of Superior - on Saturday afternoon. (Douglas County Sheriff
Douglas County authorities investigating drowning death
5 hours 28 min ago
Video shows missing Minnesota college student going into Mississippi River
6 hours 10 min ago
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Two people died when a small plane crashed Friday night near the Pine River airport in Cass County. (Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch)
Authorities ID two people killed in Minnesota plane crash
8 hours 58 min ago
Comedian Trevor Noah to be Jon Stewart’s 'Daily Show’ replacement
9 hours 3 min ago
Curling: US men knock off world champs
20 hours 9 min ago
Body of ice angler found in Bayfield County
23 hours 25 min ago
The highly pathogenic avian influenza has struck a third commercial turkey flock in Minnesota, this time in Stearns County. The county is the state’s second highest producer of poultry behind Kandiyohi County. (Submitted photo)
Avian influenza strikes third Minnesota turkey flock
23 hours 44 min ago
In short order, crews demolish a former liquor store on Central Entrance in Duluth on Thursday where a Dunkin’ Donuts shop will be built. (Photo courtesy of Donco LLC)
Duluth liquor store demolished for donuts
March 29, 2015 - 5:54pm
Cleanup commences on April 30, 2014, after a train carrying Bakken crude oil derailed in downtown Lynchburg, Va. No one was injured, but three tank cars went into the James River, spilling 30,000 gallons of oil and igniting a fire. (Curtis Tate / TNS)
Critics press industry to make Bakken oil safer
March 29, 2015 - 6:37pm
College men’s hockey: UMD sophomores shine in NCAA regional
20 hours 21 min ago
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