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The veteran slugger — remember when he played here? — hit two home runs and drove in six runs.
The Star Tribune’s first Best of MN publication points you to the state’s finest food, drink, shopping, arts and outdoor fun.
A lottery official says 1 winning ticket has been sold in Florida for a record Powerball jackpot of more than $590 million.
Low-level staffers struggled with flood of new applications.
Neighbors shared mixed reviews on the new Vikings stadium design, but welcomed its neighborhood impact.
Predicting cases of lethal abuse of women is difficult, experts say.
2 ex-staffers were contacted; agency’s interest is not clear.
A Hofstra University student being held in a headlock at gunpoint by an intruder was accidently shot and killed by a police officer who had responded to the home invasion at an off-campus home, police said Saturday.
Minnesota saw its first two twisters of the year on Friday.
While Minnesota's corporate giants get bigger, the number of public companies has shrunk dramatically.
The Legislature’s final testy days became a battle on the most sweeping union expansion in Minnesota in recent history. Vocal advocates on both sides added to the already emotional scene.
The tiny women’s rights movement in Afghanistan faces an unenviable decision: Leave alone a flawed law — the only one to hold families accountable for violence against women and girls — or try to strengthen it even if it means risking dismantling it entirely.
Right from the start, a horse trained by one not so over-the-hill Hall of Famer and ridden by another took control of the Preakness. The result: a huge upset and the end of any hopes for a Triple Crown attempt at the Belmont Stakes.
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A judge on Saturday issued an order for the imprisonment of two waiters accused in the beating death of Malcolm Shabazz, grandson of civil rights activist Malcolm X, the Mexico City attorney general's office said.
The foreign-born live longer than the U.S.-born, partly because the next generation adopts our bad habits.
Pope Francis lamented that investment losses by banks trigger more alarm in the economic crisis than the struggle of people to feed their families, as he led a huge rally Saturday to invigorate the church's moral conscience, hours after he held talks at the Vatican about the economic crisis with Germany's leader.