Low-income immigrants in Minnesota shying away from benefits, even with Trump rules still weeks away
Fearful of being labeled as “public charges” and jeopardizing their chances of becoming permanent residents, many low-income immigrants in Minnesota are not enrolling in public-assistance programs.
Subway worker yelled ‘go back to your country’ at Muslim woman because he gets mad when he's 'thirsty'
Subway employee Andrew Benning told Rochester police that he “yelled at” a Muslim customer and “lost it, because I get angry when I am thirsty.”
Lured by jobs and housing, Karen refugees spread across Minnesota
A small but growing number of families are leaving the Twin Cities and putting down roots in Greater Minnesota.
IN PICTURES: Minnesota Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha holiday
Eid al-Adha is one of the two holidays that Muslims celebrate across the world.
Cricket building friendships, bridging gaps across Minnesota’s immigrant communities
An influx of immigrants from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and other cricket-loving countries is growing the game in Minnesota, and building ties between faiths, cultures and nationalities.