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Asthma, I-94 and racial disparities An estimated 90,000 Minnesota children have asthma, and a disproportionate number of them are African-American and American Indian. Counting adults, the number of asthma cases in the state jumps to more than 400,000. Where people live can explain much of the racial disparity in asthma rates.
Lyft, Uber regulations advance in Minneapolis New language would add city oversight to the fast-growing but largely unregulated ride-sharing industry. The proposed changes will go to the full Minneapolis City Council next week.
Why you should care where the GOP meets It won't determine the nomination and it probably won't determine how Ohio votes. But it matters, and it tells us something about the Republican mindset at this moment.
Obama heads to Texas with no plans to visit border The president is resisting calls to visit the border during a two-day fundraising trip to Texas. Instead, he will hold a meeting hundreds of miles away in Dallas to discuss the crisis with faith leaders and Texas officials, including Republican Gov. Rick Perry.
Young immigrants or refugees? 5 things to know At least 50,000 unaccompanied children have crossed into the United States from Mexico illegally since last fall, creating a political dilemma for President Obama. Now, an arm of the UN wants the children classified as refugees.
Reflecting on SCOTUS term, what's changed? The Daily Circuit dives into recent Supreme Court activity with two legal gurus. We'll discuss why the First Amendment got a surprising amount of attention this year and what long-standing precedents were left vulnerable by decisions on religious freedom, affirmative action and public employee unions.
World's best pilot buys pizza for passengers Capt. Gerhard Brandner's Frontier Airlines flight to Denver was diverted because of thunderstorms. Stuck on the ground in Cheyenne, he decided to order some pizza for himself -- and everyone aboard.
Photos: Sad Brazil, crushed by Germany Soccer is called "the beautiful game," because "the game that rips your heart out, stomps on your gut, and leaves your country humiliated in the eyes of the sports world" just doesn't have the same ring to it.