Big one-day swings in the stock market, are usually followed by big swings in the other direction.
Archives for September 2008
The credit crunch, higher tuition, and poor job prospects are conspiring against college seniors.
Gasoline prices have jumped so much, that the cost of the the gas tax seems like small potatoes.
How would life be different if we all paid in cash?
In Ohio. they’re already voting in the November election.
What do volunteer firefighters and Peace Corps volunteers have to do with the $700 billion bailout bill?
The Web sites for Minnesota representatives who voted ‘no’ on the bailout bill aren’t working. The ones for those who voted ‘yes’ are.
Somewhere it’s still ‘the way it used to be.’
A Warroad pastor challenges the IRS by preaching and endorsing a presidential candidate.
What’s behind a former powerful DFLer endorsing a Republican?
You’ve had a few days to think about it, and this morning I’ll be live-blogging Kerri Miller’s first hour of Midmorning.
A video suggests we’re closer to the ‘tipping point’ of climate change than previously thought.
Tell us how you think both candidates did in Friday’s debate.
Bloggers are human. We hate hate mail. So we’ve taken the Twins’ questions out of this week’s quiz. By the way, let’s go Twins!
The controlling investors in Fingerhut is the venture capital firm founded by Mitt Romney.