Target CEO Brian Cornell talks to the MSR about the company’s push for diversity and inclusion.
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The state trial for former Minneapolis police officers Tou Thao, Thomas Lane, and J. Alexander Kueng in the killing of George Floyd has been pushed back to March 7, 2022.
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Keon Broxton is one of two Black players on the St. Paul Saints 40-man roster—the Saints are in their first season as the Twins’ AAA affiliate.
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Mother’s Day can be hard for folks missing their mothers.
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Zack Redmon is the owner of Redmon’s Popcorn, which serves up unique and unforgettable flavors of gourmet popcorn.
In the five years since her son Philando Castile’s death, Valerie Castile has worked as a change agent by advocating for police reform and other measures to create real change in the community.
April 19, 2021April 20, 2021
‘I am so excited to get our kids back to all the things they love this summer — camps, sports, activities, vacations, and more.’
May 6, 2021May 6, 2021
African Americans are more likely to die from heart disease than any other racial or ethnic group.
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In his first month on the job, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland reversed a Trump-era policy that made it harder for the Justice Department to investigate police departments…
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As part of an effort to help families stay connected during the pandemic, the FCC has launched a program that will provide a discount of up to $50 per month towards broadband service for eligible households.