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Rare Conjoined Fawns Have Scientists Doing A Double Take
“We can’t even estimate the rarity of this," one scientist said.
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No Charges Will Be Filed Over Prince's Death By Counterfeit Vicodin
The iconic singer died from an overdose of fentanyl in April 2016.
To Curb Rising Health Insurance Costs, Some States Try 'Reinsurance Pools'
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Four states are trying to calm roiling health insurance markets by creating state reinsurance pools – even as actions by Congress and the Trump administration continue to create uncertainty.
Minnesota Woman Blamed For Al Franken's Fall Had Nothing To Do With It
Lindsey Port accused another man of harassment. But fellow Democrats say she "softened the ground" for Franken's resignation.
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Activist Wants To Stop Muslims From Participating In Minnesota's GOP
It's not clear whether any actually want to.
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Michele Bachmann: God Didn't Call Me, So I'm Not Running For Senate
The Almighty did appear on a billboard telling her not to run, though.
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Minnesota Republicans Under Fire For Saying Muslims Are Infiltrating The Party
That kind of hysteria just feeds off “this anti-Muslim, white supremacist type of narrative,” CAIR said.
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Banning The Bans: State And Local Officials Clash Over Plastic Bags
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Despite plastic bag bans in places like California showing signs of success, a growing number of states are enacting prohibitions
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Minnesota Democrat Turns Frustration Over Shutdowns Into A Run For Congress
Leah Phifer was furloughed in 2013, and now she wants to help stop the dysfunction.
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Philadelphia Using Grease To Keep Eagles Fans From Climbing Street Lamps
The city workers are calling themselves the "Crisco Cops."
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Tina Smith Sworn In As Al Franken's Replacement In U.S. Senate
Minnesota joins just a handful of states represented by two female senators.
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New Year Could Bring Record Low Temperatures To Parts Of U.S.
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Lows are predicted to hit minus 20F to minus 30F from Montana into the Dakotas and Minnesota, well below average.
Franken’s Farewell Ahead Of Resignation
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) tearfully thanks his wife as he prepares to step down from office amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
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Al Franken Makes First Public Speech Since Announcing His Resignation
Franken is expected to resign on Jan. 2 amid multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.
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3 Big Environmental Stories To Watch In 2018
Lawsuits focused on climate change and another Canada-U.S. pipeline will be in the news.
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Minnesota To Replace Al Franken With Lt. Gov. Tina Smith
The state will be represented by two female senators.
Franken Finds 'Irony' In His Resignation Following Harassment Allegations
After facing multiple accusations of sexual harassment, the Minnesota senator has resigned.
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Here Are 6 Women (And 1 Man) Who Could Replace Al Franken In The Senate
With Franken announcing his resignation over sexual harassment allegations, here's a look at who could take his place.
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Keith Ellison Calls Out Proposed Minnesota Pipeline After Keystone XL Wins Approval
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The congressman urged state officials to think about climate change, pollution and Native American rights.
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Two More Women Accuse Sen. Al Franken Of Inappropriate Touching
One woman told HuffPost that Franken had grabbed her backside at an event honoring women.
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America Needs Men To Step Up Or Step Aside
Our nation's raft of sexual assault revelations demonstrates our dire need for women in positions of power who can frame policy and codify codes of conduct.
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