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Ramsey County judge rules clergy sex abuse case may go to trial The lawsuit alleges that the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and the Diocese of Winona created a public nuisance by keeping information on abusive priests secret. The man who filed the suit claims he was sexually abused by the Rev. Thomas Adamson in the 1970s.
FX network plans second season of 'Fargo' TV show The show was based on the 1996 Coen brothers movie that's considered a crime classic and made Fargo a household name for many across the country. The second season of the TV show will be set in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Luverne, Minnesota.
Gaza conflict day 15: Here's what you need to know Secretary of State John Kerry was in Cairo pressing for a truce modeled after the 2012 cease-fire. Still, the violence continued unabated with the death toll on both sides rising: More than 500 Palestinians and 25 Israeli soldiers and two Israeli civilians have been killed.
FAA tells US airlines not to fly to Tel Aviv The agency said it will continue to monitor and evaluate the situation, and that updated instructions will be provided to U.S. airlines "as soon as conditions permit, but no later than 24 hours" from the time the directive went into force.
Attorney: Ventura has failed to prove defamation "Jesse Ventura is either deluding himself or intentionally telling you things that just aren't true," attorney John Borger said in his closing argument at the two-week trial. Ventura's team was to give their closing later Tuesday.
With no buyers, nine Rainbow grocery stores close today Roundy's sold 18 Rainbow locations to Cub Foods and other local buyers in May but couldn't find buyers for nine sites closing. The shuttered locations include stores in Apple Valley, Cottage Grove, Shoreview, Bloomington, Coon Rapids, and Maple Grove.
Goodwill, feds investigate possible data breach Goodwill said it is working with credit card makers, the Secret Service and fraud investigators to figure out if a breach occurred, but so far none has been discovered. It operates more than 2,900 stores and takes in annual retail sales of $3.79 billion.
US appeals court deals blow to Obama's health law A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday dealt a significant blow to the Affordable Care Act, when it threw out an IRS regulation that governs subsidies. But before the ink dried on that decision, another three-judge panel issued a decision that was completely opposite.
Living in a world where the one percent sticks together Increasingly, the rich are living with the rich, and the poor are living with the poor. It's a trend known as income segregation, and the University of Toronto's Richard Florida joined the Daily Circuit to talk about the matter.
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Simply, it is Minnesota news on your schedule. The MPR News Update brings you up to speed with the state's top news, the best of our blogs and smart talk radio in the format that fits you best. Subscribe to Phil's podcast or read Hart's take on the best from mprnews.org.
Phil Picardi newscasts weekday mornings and occasionally fills in as Morning Edition host when Cathy Wurzer is away. His duties include compiling, writing and delivering newscasts, sending out a morning news headlines text, and writing news banner headlines and news stories for air later in the day.
Hart is the morning online editor at MPR News. Previously, he wrote the newsroom blog at City Pages in Minneapolis; edited national news for Internet Broadcasting in St. Paul; was a photojournalist in Connecticut and on the Texas-Mexico border; and a newspaper reporter in New Hampshire.