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Commentary: The subtle deception we all face
1 hour 49 min ago
Commentary: Summer 'movecation' is no holiday
4 hours 6 min ago
July 14, 2018
Contributed photo / David Tryggestad (right) poses with his friend and colleague, the Rev. Dr. George H.O. Madsen, during a protest at the Civic Center on June 20, the day President Donald Trump visited and rallied in Duluth. It was Madsen who inspired Tryggestad to go to seminary and become a pastor, Tryggestad said. Both men live in Duluth.
Local view: Love your neighbor — even when you don't like it
15 hours 12 min ago
Reader's view: Duluth not what was seen at Trump rally
15 hours 14 min ago
Reader's view: Liberals' profanities turning off centrists
15 hours 15 min ago
Conservative view: Nominee a 'judge's judge,' what our nation needs
15 hours 16 min ago
Liberal view: Pick is bad news for health care, women, consumers, unions
15 hours 18 min ago
Reader's view: Trump visit was all cost, no benefit
15 hours 21 min ago
Reader's view: Provide full cost-benefit analysis of Trump visit
15 hours 21 min ago
Other view: Clear questions confront Kavanaugh: Don't expect clear answers
15 hours 28 min ago
National view: Catholics rock the Supreme Court
15 hours 39 min ago
National view: How does kidnapping children make America great again?
15 hours 40 min ago
National view: Trump isn't attacking NATO; he's strengthening it
15 hours 42 min ago
July 13, 2018
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Cartoonist's View
July 13, 2018 - 6:00pm
Reader's View: Facts don't matter to many Trump opponents
July 13, 2018 - 4:55pm
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