Anyone familiar with the ping of a late-night e-mail, a weekend call from a boss or a mid-dinner glance at a text message has felt the inescapability of work in the age of smartphones. Read more →
“Climate change is not a problem for another generation, not anymore,” Mr. Obama said in a video posted on Facebook at midnight Saturday. He called the new rules “the biggest, most important step we’ve ever taken to combat climate change.” Read more →
DFL Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk agrees a working group should be formed to discuss the walleye situation on Mille Lacs. Read more →
Amnesty International will meet next week in Dublin to debate a proposal that prostitution is a human right.
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Nearly half of all current federal prisoners are serving sentences for drug crimes. Read more →
Chief Keef, 19, had billed the performance as a “Stop the Killing” benefit concert. Read more →
The Commission on Judicial Selection has forwarded the names of three candidates Gov. Mark Dayton will consider for the vacant seat on the state supreme court. Read more →
Harvard Prof. Larence Lessig thinks so, and he says it is the only way to root out corruption in the political process.
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Can Trump insult his way to the White House? Read more →
Environmentalists want Dayton to step in now. They say a report by the Minnesota DNR acknowledges that water quality treatment will be needed “indefinitely” after the mine closes to prevent water pollution from escaping. Read more →