Will giving ex-cons more medicine help keep them out of prison?
The effects of untreated post-traumatic stress disorder on neighborhoods already struggling with unemployment, poverty and the impact of the war on drugs are being studied.
The economy's slow recovery continued into 2013 as U.S. household median income barely rose last year. The United States' median income is still $5,000 lower than it was in 2007 at the beginning of the recession.
New study shows higher rates of health symptoms from people living near natural gas wells.
Analyzing studies conducted by reputable organizations is a crucial part of understanding the topics journalists write about. MinnPost writer Ron Meador takes a look at an environmental study prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey that provides a look at how water quality is being assessed and what pollution levels means about the way we live.
Tensions are rising in Minnesota between people with disabilities and the elderly who are sharing subsidized housing more and more because of efforts to move the disabled out of group homes and institutional settings.
Government clients are pressuring private prison companies to help inmates stay out of prison after returning home.
In Ohio, industries including manufacturing, hotels and real estate are being transformed because of the energy boom from fracking shale.
With opioids killing thousands of Americans every year, Attorney General Eric Holder on Monday announced a drug return program that authorizes hospitals and pharmacies to take surplus drugs.