In the first meeting between U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger and Somali-Americans since six men were indicted on charges of trying to join ISIS, Luger received a polite but testy reception.
Police say the officer was dragged by the vehicle and fired at the driver, who died. The officer was injured and taken to a hospital.
Two of the three, who escaped the New Richmond, Wis., prison Wednesday, were found Friday in Wisconsin. The third was captured Saturday in Minneapolis.
The union dismissed a letter from board chair Marty Davis threatening the airline's "ultimate shut-down" as a bargaining tactic.
Judge Robert Kressel was not happy that the archdiocese has relied on legal notices to inform abuse victims that they have until Aug. 3 to file a claim.
By buying Colorado-based Animal Health International, Mendota Heights-based Patterson Companies is gaining a strong position in the livestock health market. It aims to sell its medical business.
The owner of Lunds and Byerly's is combining the two grocery chains under the name Lunds & Byerly's.
The pilots say the demonstration will bring attention to their ongoing wage dispute. A walkout, they say, is not imminent.
In Target's latest attempt to bring fashion to the masses, online shoppers briefly overwhelmed the retailer's website. But analysts see the collaboration as a success.
Target plans to create an internal center for data analysis that would yield more personalized email marketing, more tailored promotions and personalized offers delivered through the company's Cartwheel smartphone app.
Victims who don't file claims during the bankruptcy could be prevented from getting compensation.
A demonstration at the University of Minnesota drew an estimated 1,000 people. The protests were part of a nationwide attempt to pressure policy makers and employers to hike wages.
Some worry that online venting could reach unprecedented heights with the debut of a new Internet domain. Ralph Nader is featured in a promotional video for the .sucks domain.
Authorities alleged Medtronic violated federal rules when it sold the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments spinal and other products made in China and Malaysia.
If its merger with Time Warner is OK'd, Comcast says a new firm will take over the cable giant's Minnesota operations. That makes some regional regulators nervous.