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The pipeline that would run from Canada to Nebraska has the support of President Trump, but has been opposed for years by some Nebraska landowners. [Read More]
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TransCanada, which began to mop up 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota, will ask Nebraska regulators to approve a Keystone XL project on Monday. [Read More]
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Roy Moore, while generally a deeply conservative judge, voted more often than most of his colleagues in favor of convicted criminals, including in sex abuse... [Read More]
The spill in South Dakota comes just days before Nebraska regulators will decide on a permit needed for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline... [Read More]
Opponents of Keystone XL quickly cited spill as evidence of risks... [Read More]
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The former president showed up to a courthouse to fulfill his civic duty, and Chicago stopped and stared. [Read More]
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Mayor Karen Weaver says Flint has made progress, and she blames racism and sexism for the recall. Opponents accuse her of corruption and incompetence. [Read More]
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Focus has now turned on the six minutes before Stephen Paddock opened fire on the crowd. [Read More]
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The authorities revised their timeline on Monday, saying a guard who helped the police, Jesus Campos, was wounded before Stephen Paddock opened fire from a... [Read More]
Joseph Lombardo, the head of the Las Vegas police, must grapple with finding the motive for a horrific mass shooting while keeping the public calm... [Read More]
One Republican called Gov. Bruce Rauner's signing of the bill, which expands abortion coverage for women on Medicaid, "an absolute betrayal." [Read More]
Mayor Lyda Krewson promised to curb violence and heal racial divisions. Then a former police officer was acquitted of murder. [Read More]
Mayor Lyda Krewson promised to curb violence and heal racial divisions. Then a former police officer was acquitted of murder. [Read More]
We asked law enforcement experts and activists to assess the police response. Some saw it as well-reasoned, while others called for quieter rhetoric. [Read More]
A white former police officer who fatally shot a 24-year-old black man here after a high-speed chase in 2011 was acquitted of first-degree murder Friday,... [Read More]
Missouri authorities called for calm regardless of the outcome. Aiming to avoid violent protests, the governor placed the National Guard on standby. [Read More]
About 80 percent of Houston's schools opened on Monday, two weeks later than planned. Other schools need more time, amid $700 million in damage. [Read More]
Houston officials have called on landlords to show compassion after the storm, but some tenants find themselves forced out of homes, with few options. [Read More]
Politicians from both parties stressed urgency in passing relief legislation for areas of Texas and Louisiana hit by Hurricane Harvey. [Read More]
Follow the StarTribune for the news, photos and videos from the Twin Cities and beyond. [Read More]
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