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Two Chefs Moved to Rural Minnesota to Expand on Their Mission of Racial Justice

Mateo Mackbee and Erin Lucas left Minneapolis for a small central Minnesota community, where they are using their restaurant, bakery and farm to promote diversity and teach children about food.

In the Twin Cities’ Robust Dining Scene, Few Black-Owned Businesses

In the wake of George Floyd’s killing, chefs and restaurateurs are looking for ways to fix the racial imbalance.

Travel Restrictions on Americans Erode a Sense of Passport Privilege

As countries across the world ease coronavirus restrictions but block American travelers, a long-held sense that the U.S. passport was a golden ticket is losing its luster.

A Black-Owned Distillery in Minneapolis Pushes Forward

From the pandemic to protests to arson, Du Nord Craft Spirits has dealt with repeated turmoil and emerged with a new purpose.

Did the Popular Vote Just Get a Win at the Supreme Court?

The justices’ ruling on faithless electors could indirectly help those who want to circumvent the Electoral College entirely.

L.A. School Police Budget Cuts: Demonstrators Demanded Defunding

The former chief called the decision “potentially life-threatening” for students and staff members.

A Woman Without a Country: Adopted at Birth and Deportable at 30

She grew up thinking she was American. When she realized that she wasn’t, her quest to fix the problem put her at risk of deportation.

New Jersey and Delaware Primary Elections: What to Watch For

Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s home state is holding a presidential primary, and New Jersey has a full slate of congressional primaries on tap in an election that will be held mostly by mail.

Colleges Plan to Reopen Campuses, but for Just Some Students at a Time

To provide some semblance of the campus experience during a pandemic, colleges say large chunks of the student body will have to stay away and study remotely for all or part of the year.

Months Into Virus Crisis, U.S. Cities Still Lack Testing Capacity

With cases surging, some cities are seeing long testing lines and slow results.

Spencer Cox Wins Utah’s G.O.P. Primary for Governor, Beating Jon Huntsman

Mr. Cox, the state’s lieutenant governor, is expected to win the general election as well. He had the endorsement of Gov. Gary Herbert, who rose to his office after Mr. Huntsman left it.

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