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An airline passenger and her baby wait in line before passing through Transportation Security Administration security checkpoint at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles. (Reuters / 2014 file)
Homeland security chief reassigns top TSA official
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Lisa Jean Isham
Police: Duluth homicide victim, 52, was stabbed
19 hours 59 sec ago
Duluth city council tackles mixed agenda
10 hours 24 min ago
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Larry Born, a former Wal-Mart employee from Park Forest, Ill., takes part in a demonstration for higher wages and better working conditions, outside of a Walmart during Black Friday shopping in Chicago. (Reuters / Andrew Nelles)
Wal-Mart to raise wages for 100,000 U.S. workers
1 hour 43 min ago
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton said on Monday, June 1, 2015, that he and Republican leaders are "very close" to a deal that will allow him to call a special legislative session and resolve outstanding budget issues. (Forum News Service photo by Don Davis)
'I think we're there' on Minnesota budget deal
16 hours 5 min ago
Joshua Lee Littlewolf
Man who represented self at trial has murder conviction upheld
15 hours 14 min ago
Stabbing victim ID'd, in stable condition
18 hours 9 min ago
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Tuesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Quiet, with rain on and off rest of week
11 hours 23 min ago
Prep notebook: Mesabi East baseball star missing playoff games for studies
12 hours 27 min ago
The University of Minnesota must meet a handful of targets to receive full funding from state lawmakers. About $31 million of its $1.25 billion in funding has been withheld.  Jeffrey Thompson | MPR News file
Minnesota colleges must meet higher standards to receive full funding
15 hours 43 min ago
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) (L) walks from his office with staff to the floor of the Senate on a rare working Sunday, on Capitol Hill, in Washington May 31, 2015. McConnell called lawmakers back from recess to debate the expiration of the Patriot Act, which has divided Congress because of its domestic surveillance programs. REUTERS/Mike Theiler
FAQ about Patriot Act spying debate
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City municipal employees lower iron grills covered with "love locks" into a truck after they were removed from the Pont des Arts in Paris, France, June 1, 2015. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
Paris removes thousands of padlocks from famous bridge
17 hours 39 min ago
Protesting high school dance team coaches suspended
17 hours 45 min ago
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