Good morning and welcome to Tuesday. Everybody's still talking about last night's debate. It was 90 minutes of gloves-off brawling. Let's take a closer look in the Digest: 1. It was a heated debate with Hillary Clinton hitting Donald Trump on his tax returns, and his promoting of the birther smear against President Obama.
Good morning, and welcome to the start of a new work week. It's also the day of the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. MPR News is hosting a debate watching event at the Nomad World Pub in Minneapolis. The doors open at 7:30, and the debate begins at 8.
Good morning, and welcome to Friday. The first presidential debate is coming up on Monday, and MPR News is holding a debate watching party at Nomad World Pub in Minneapolis. The doors open at 7:30, and the debate begins at 8. If you want to go just sign up here so we can get a head count.
Good morning and happy Thursday. I hope you managed to stay dry last night. Have I mentioned yet that MPR News is hosting a debate watching party on Monday night? No? Well, Stephanie Curtis will host at the Nomad World Pub in Minneapolis. The doors open at 7:30 and the debate begins at 8.
Good morning and welcome to Wednesday. Here's the Digest: 1. About 200 people rallied on the campus of St. Cloud State University Tuesday evening for unity and understanding after the stabbing attack at a shopping mall over the weekend. Meanwhile the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force took charge of the investigation into why Dahir Adan attacked 10 people.
Hello, and good Tuesday morning. The attack in St. Cloud and the bombings in the New York City area are still leading the news. Here's a look at the Digest. 1. St. Cloud Police say they haven't uncovered evidence that links Saturday's stabbing at the Crossroads Center Mall to the so-called Islamic State.
Good morning, and welcome to Monday. It was an unsettling weekend with attacks in St. Cloud and bombs in New York and New Jersey. Here's an update as part of today's Digest. 1. Federal authorities are treating the stabbing attack that injured nine people at a St.
Here we are again and it's Friday. Anybody remember the old days when phones were plugged into the wall, and you didn't need to worry about them exploding? Here's the Digest. 1. Embarrassing disclosures about a few first-time candidates for the Minnesota Legislature are providing openings to their opponents.
Good morning. It's Thursday, and Dr. Oz and stolen emails provided material for the news media over much of the past day. Yes, this is campaign 2016. Let's take a look at the Digest. 1. Wages across Minnesota are finally showing signs of recovering after the recession that ended years ago.
Good morning, and welcome to Wednesday. Here's the Digest. 1. A Republican House staffer running for the Legislature apologized for some Facebook posts that lauded the Confederacy and criticized President Lincoln. Nolan West said the posts "do not reflect who I am or what I believe."
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