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Border security deal seems near, easing shutdown concerns


In this Jan. 25, 2019, photo, President Donald Trump speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington.

Trump out of sight as border talks play out


Lawmakers hopeful of agreement that would prevent shutdown
Shutdown projected to cause $3B permanent hit to economy
President Donald Trump speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Friday, Jan. 25, 2019, to announce a temporary deal to open the government.

Trump casts doubt on seeing a budget deal he'd accept


Aide says Trump OK with second shutdown over border spat
End of shutdown still leaves contract workers hanging
Biden makes historic VP pick as Sen. Kamala Harris becomes first Black, Asian American on ticket
What no student loan payments until 2021 means for you
'What it hits, it will get': UV light may be the new weapon in fight against pandemic
As outbreak simmered, emails show pork plant resisted testing and government withheld information

As outbreak simmered, emails show pork plant resisted testing and government withheld information


Community group against police brutality responds to 5 INVESTIGATES report on pattern at MPD

JUSTIFYING THE FORCE: Initial description of George Floyd's death fits larger pattern at MPD

HIV-positive immigrant remains detained in Sherburne County Jail despite COVID-19 pandemic