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In this Sept. 16, 2021, file photo President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the economy in the East Room of the White House in Washington. Biden will address the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, Sept. 21, hold a virtual COVID-19 summit on Wednesday, and meet with Pacific allies at the White House on Friday.

Biden pitching partnership after tough stretch with allies


AG Ellison reacts to Minnesota Supreme Court rulings on MPD, pardons board
Keith Ellison

Pentagon reverses itself, calls deadly Kabul strike an error
FILE - In this Aug. 30, 2021, file photo Gen. Frank McKenzie, Commander of U.S. Central Command, appears on screen as he speaks from MacDill Air Force Base, in Tampa, Fla., as he speaks about Afghanistan during a virtual briefing moderated by Pentagon spokesman John Kirby at the Pentagon in Washington. The Pentagon retreated from its defense of a drone strike that killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan last month, announcing Friday, Sept. 17, that an internal review revealed that only civilians were killed in the attack, not an Islamic State extremist as first believed.

LIST: Candidates running for Minnesota governor in 2022

After battle over the ballot, early voting begins in Minneapolis

White House warns that debt limit showdown could hurt states
A worker works on the light fixture over the North Portico of the White House in Washington, Friday, Sept. 3, 2021.

Walz supports federal legislation to boost computer chip manufacturing

Walz supports federal legislation to boost computer chip manufacturing


Australian PM rejects Chinese criticism of nuclear sub deal
5 takeaways after California governor handily defeats recall
House DFL votes to remove John Thompson from caucus
California Gov. Gavin Newsom stays in power as recall fails
FILE - In this Aug. 5, 2021 file photo, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Kristen Clarke speaks at a news conference at the Department of Justice in Washington. The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday announced a statewide civil rights investigation into Georgia prisons. Clarke, who oversees the department's civil rights division, said the investigation will be comprehensive but will focus on “harm to prisoners resulting from prisoner-on-prisoner violence.”

Federal govt launches civil rights probe of Georgia prisons


Wisconsin election clerks confused by investigation email
Minnesota leaders announce new economic council
Stay or go? Californians to decide fate of Gov. Gavin Newsom
Senate DFL chooses López Franzen as new leader while special session in limbo

Democrats seek corporate, wealthy tax hikes for $3.5T plan

North Korea says it tested new long-range cruise missiles

Out West, Biden points to wildfires to push for big spending

Barrett concerned about public perception of Supreme Court


Sen. Miller outlines new role as Majority Leader


In the GOP, voter ID is a slam dunk ... except in Nebraska


Survivor, oncologist raise awareness at annual ovarian cancer walk
Victim in the hospital after being shot in the neck in St. Paul
Tenants, landlords concerned about RentHelpMN as phase out looms

7 shootings in 26 hours leave 11 injured in Minneapolis


Tenants, landlords concerned about RentHelpMN as phase out looms


St. Paul police report seven overdoses in 24 hours, remind residents of how to help

3rd tornado confirmed in south metro amid Friday storms; lack of sirens explained

Woman critical after shooting in north Minneapolis Saturday evening