... to pepper the map across the western high plains as well as the Ohio River Valley, but widespread severe storms are not expected.
The risk for severe storms returns to the Upper Midwest by Thursday, putting 8 million at risk from Des Moines, Iowa, to Minneapolis. The strong winds followed by hail and isolated tornadoes will be the main hazard.
... neighborhood grocery store in Buffalo, New York, as a hate crime.
said that we must work together to address the hatred that remains a stain on the soul of America.
It is just two years shy of the anniversary of
's killing in Minneapolis police custody on May 25, 2020, which inspired mass protests around the country.
's family and voters that he would take action, but bipartisan congressional talks on a bill stalled last year. A Democrat-backed bill named ...
... little guy has infant reflux, which means he needs a special, sensitive baby formula.
As if having a newborn isn't like a full-time job in itself.
lamented that finding formula has become like a full-time job.
lives in a suburb outside Minneapolis, whose baby formula supply was 55% less than expected supply in the first week of April. She's checking grocery apps hourly to find formula.
The stores, like the systems can't keep up with how fast the formula is flying off of the shelves,...
... systemic inequities and structural racism in the country.
The report cites tensions between the public and law enforcement and the rise in domestic violence in 2020 after the death of
, an unarmed black man killed by a white police officer in Minneapolis.
Firearm deaths are preventable, not inevitable, according to
, director of the
National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
, a national center for injury prevention and control. She spoke about the promise of street outreach ...
... concerns over
the Federal Reserve's
ability to combat high inflation.
The dollar has risen for five consecutive weeks as U.S
yields have climbed on expectations that the Fed will be aggressive in trying to tamp down inflation.
On Monday, Minneapolis Fed President
said the U.S. central bank may not get as much aid from easing supply chains as it is hoping to help cool inflation. At the
said he already sees signs of peaking supply pressures ...
Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari said he doesn't really believe in the Great Resignation - the term for Americans who have quit their jobs in large numbers during the Pandemic.
Minneapolis Federal Reserve
President Neel Kashkari said ...
In order to bring inflation down, Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said on Friday that the Federal Reserve may have to push long-term real rates into a contractionary stance.
In order to bring inflation down,
said on Friday that the
... when trade has already been upended by the war in Ukraine. India's harvest has been hampered by heat, and the winter-wheat areas of the U.S. plains have been plagued by drought. France is due for a summer-like stretch next week.
Spring wheat futures in Minneapolis rose by as much as 0.7% to $12.1875 a bushel, the highest since March 2008. Soft red winter wheat futures are poised for a weekly gain in Chicago.
Supplies of the spring variety, prized for its high protein content, are already in short supply ...