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Explore the full investigation: Clergy abuse, cover-up and crisis in the Twin Cities Catholic church.

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From Hopkins' Raspberry Festival to Barnesville's Potato Days, countless community events revolve around produce. But what's the appeal?

Guns boom in 2014 campaign ads

Political campaign ads come in all shapes and sizes. This year's emerging trend appears to be candidates with firearms shooting at things.

Scotland's independence vote and the fate of the U.K.'s nuclear weapons

The fate of the United Kingdom's nuclear arsenal hangs largely on the outcome of a Sept. 18 vote that determines whether Scotland leaves the union.

Minnesota free all-day kindergarten starts today

Minnesota lawmakers approved a $134 million boost in funding in 2013 to pay for the program

St. Louis River cleanup 'jump started'

The EPA designated 43 Great Lakes Areas of Concern in 1987. Since then, only one has been removed from the list.

Cutting back on carbs, not fat, may lead to more weight loss

A new study adds to the body of evidence that cutting back on carbs, not fat, can lead to more weight loss.
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