Netflix has become a major player in the Hollywood award season, including garnering multiple nominations for this year’s Oscars. But how many people are actually watching the shows? We don’t know, because Netflix won’t say.
Hungary's anti-immigration prime minister says the government will give a lifetime income tax exemption for women who give birth to at least four children, meant to encourage women to have more children and to reverse Hungary's population decline.
Lindsey Vonn has no regrets about retiring after "pushing through the pain one last time" to win bronze in the final race of her career.
Some areas of the Pacific Northwest received more than a foot of snow in an area more accustomed to winter rain, and meteorologists say more is on the way early next week. Hundreds of flights were canceled in Seattle and Portland, and heavy snow drifts closed major highways in eastern Washington. Around 50,000 people lost power.
Woodbury police use a visit to 1968 history exhibit in implicit bias training to contemplate race relations and inequality.
A pedestrian is dead after she was hit while trying to cross Hwy. 3 in Farmington at 209th Street, the State Patrol said.
Lindsey Vonn will race for the final time Sunday, closing out a career of skiing success even while she always remained connected to Minnesota.
Have the National Enquirer and AMI finally met their match in Amazon's Jeff Bezos?
Openness and optimism are hallmarks of Minnesota's new corrections chief, Paul Schnell.
Blackface left a stain in Minnesota yearbooks, too, Jennifer Brooks writes.
Minnesota’s natural wild rice holds deep cultural, spiritual and economic importance for the state’s American Indian tribes. Now, in one part of the state at least, it also has its own legal rights.
One of the most prolific scorers in Minnesota high school basketball, Jake Sullivan tamed a mess in his mind, found a mission and shares what he lacked: hope.
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