Ellison breaks down.Rep. Keith Ellison spent weeks deriding the congressional hearings that opened today on radical Muslims, orchestrated by Rep. Peter King of New York, as little more than an attempt to spread fear and hatred of a religious minority. When it came his turn to testify and de ... More >>
She says her home is a work of art, but it's drawn the ire of vandals and city inspectors
Latinos, Somalis, and the American dream in southern Minnesota
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Employees say Northwest Airlines works harder to avoid discrimination lawsuits than it does to stop bigotry
If you could wave your magic wand and make one improvement to the Twin Cities, what would it be?
All Dennis Williams wanted was a job with the city of Minneapolis. After five years of bureaucratic torture, what he ended up with was three months in jail and a shot at serious prison time.
Thirty-four years ago, LeRoi Jones's Dutchman sent American race relations careening on a New York subway. Where's the end of the line?
Scott Paulson was sick of his stepson's complaints about a white posse beating up his black friends. Then the phalanx of trucks pulled up on his lawn.
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It doesn't really matter whether he overtakes KQ and Tom Barnard. Either way, Howard Stern wins. And local radio loses.
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The history of an entire city echoes through the empty rooms at 3044 Third Avenue South.
Beneath his easy, cheerful veneer, Kirby Puckett has always been obsessed with learning the rules of the game--on and off the field