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Trudeau Says He'll Stand Up for Canada in Milk Dispute


Ontario Police Arrest 100 Men in Child Prostitution Case

George HW Bush to Stay in Hospital Through Weekend
President George H.W. Bush is seen with Barbara Bush in this 1990 photo.

Russian Planes Detected off Alaska 4 Times This Week
The U.S. military says it intercepted two Russian TU-95 Bear bombers in international airspace off Alaska's coast on Monday.

Arkansas Conducts First Execution since 2005; Plans 3 more

IS Naming of Belgian attacker was fake

Paris Police Say Officer and Attacker Shot, Killed
Paris police say a gunman has killed a police officer and wounded another before being killed himself in an attack on the Champs-Elysees shopping district.

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Soyuz Space Capsule Carrying American, Russian Blasts Off


GM Halts Operations in Venezuela after Factory is Seized


Pesticide Maker Tries to Scrap Risk Study

Venezuelans Gear up for Major March Against Maduro

Canadian Police Charge Woman with Smuggling Refugees from US

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Bill O'Reilly will no longer be a host on Fox News Channel.
O'Reilly Out at Fox News Channel
Aaron Hernandez
Ex-NFL Star Aaron Hernandez Dead after Hanging Self in Cell
EPA Seeks to Scuttle Cleanup of Coal Power Plant Pollution
US Trying to Determine What Chemical IS Used in Iraq Attack
Trump Administration Says Iran Complying with Nuclear Deal
Afghan Official: Taliban Governor among 14 Killed in Clashes
Dad: Fresno Shooting Suspect Spoke of Race War
Family of 4 Killed in Small Plane Crash in Florida

Trudeau Says He'll Stand Up for Canada in Milk Dispute

Gov. Scott Walker says he's open to raising Wisconsin's vehicle registration fees to pay for road work.

Walker Open to Raising Vehicle Registration Fees

Bill to Curb City Minimum Wage Hikes Nearing Dayton's Desk

Prosecution Asks Appeals Court not to Move Yanez's Trial


UW Instructors Apologize for Border Wall Exam Question

Medical Examiner: Probable Opioid Overdose Killed Wis. 4-Year-Old

GOP Leaders Agree to Close Indiana Cold Beer Loophole

Inmate Bites Caseworker, Punches Guards at Nebraska Prison

19 Minn. Dairy Farms Affected by US-Canada Trade Dispute

Jakubowski Faces More Gun Charges

Minneapolis Committee Rejects Settlement for Liquor Sales Violator

Judge Blocks Sound Engineer's Release of Prince EP

Nebraska Beer Stores near Reservation Lose Liquor Licenses

Man Brandishing Weapons in Video Will Not Face Charges

Illinois Road Project Stung by Judge's Endangered-Bee Ruling

Indiana Utility Reopens Water Plant Following US Steel Spill

Officials: Jakubowski Left Fake Bomb

Possible New Evidence in Killing of Central Minn. Hunter

Wisconsin Sees First Carfentanil Death
Minnesota's Dental Therapist Experiment Seems to be Working
United Changes Policy, Crew Can't Displace Seated Passengers
Taxpayers Warned to Be on the Lookout for Scams
Judge Blocks Sound Engineer's Release of Prince EP
Governor Declares Friday as 'Prince Day' Across Minnesota
A painting of Prince hangs outside Paisley Park in Chanhassen. Friday will be Prince Day across Minnesota.

World & National

Historic Georgia House Race Down to 2 Candidates


McDonald's Order Trips Up Facebook Slaying Suspect


Man sought in Cleveland Facebook killing is dead


Sessions Expands Program to Combat Crime on Tribal Lands


IMF Foresees Global Economy Accelerating to 3.5 Pct. in '17


Prince Charles to Visit during Canada's 150th Birthday


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Study Shows How Chronic Wasting Disease Spreads in Wisconsin

Clean Water Advocates Trickle in to State Capitol

Moose Population Explodes on Isle Royale as Wolves Decline

Bayfield Co. to Get Grouse from NW Minnesota

Wis. Outdoor Lovers Concerned about Sand Mines, Large Farms

Gov. Dayton to Open Bass Season at Mille Lacs

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