The fossil remains of a feathered dinosaur as big as a school bus were recently discovered in China, according to an account in the journal <i>Nature</i>.
Members of the state House of Representatives are debating on a proposal to amend the constitution to require voters to show photo identification at polls.
As millions of baby boomers approach retirement age, medical researchers are exploring how the brain ages and the links between healthy living and memory retention.
There are more than 20 million Americans trying to overcome addiction or stay sober. Now there's a sobriety application to help them.
As this year's state legislative session convenes, there likely will be many constituents who ask lawmakers for more.
The state's suicide prevention hotline is meeting teens where they text.
Best Buy says it is taking steps to expand its in-store recycling program.
Motorists in Minneapolis and St. Paul are reminded to prepare for detours Sunday due to the annual Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon.
Minnesota's 2nd District Rep. John Kline says the Obama administration is setting a terrible precedent by granting conditional waivers from a controversial education law.
The head of the region's largest human service provider is stepping down after 24 years.
Minnesota's U.S. Attorney B. Todd Jones will take over as acting director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Attorney General Eric Holder announced Tuesday.
A tropical air mass brought record heat, air pollution concerns and more buckled pavement to the Twin Cities Tuesday.
The cholesterol-lowering medication is also the most sold drug, according to a survey by IMS Health that offered a snapshot of the nation's top prescribed drugs and the best-selling drugs.
She's joins the president, first lady, Oprah and founder of Facebook on the magazine's list of the world's most influential people.
MPR News political editor joins All Things Considered host Steven John to discuss the week in politics.