The 6th District congresswoman looks for cash after her ‘we’re running out of rich people’ comment.
Archives for February 23, 2009
The head of the FBI says a Minnesota Somali man, who blew himself up in Somalia last year, was ‘radicalized’ in Minnesota.
Watching the expressions of politicians when they talk about the economy.
What would you put on the Walker Art Center spoon until the cherry returns?
Gov. Tim Pawlenty and other governors met with President Obama at the White House today. Who got the choice seats?
President Obama says cities will be able to keep cops and firefighters on the job. Mayor R.T. Rybak says not necessarily.
The Boston Globe is running a series on the life of Ted Kennedy. Its online component should be a warning shot across the bow of the newfangled media that predicts the demise of the newspaper newsroom. People in the business are still kicking. In the second chapter, there is a compelling segment when Minnesota’s Walter Read more →
At least one Minnesota business made money and doesn’t foresee any layoffs.
The Coleman-Franken trial is in its fifth week. It’s not even close to be one of the longest trials in state history.
Nearly 14 million of viewed border cameras set up to detect illegal activity. The program has been a bust.
An airline gives up on the idea of charging for soft drinks and coffee.
What should be done with two out of three Minnesota high school seniors who have failed the state’s math graduation standards?
TV analysis of the economic stimulus plan usually didn’t include people trained in economics.
The Minneapolis mosque whose leaders condemned the assertion that it had something to do with the disappearance of several Somali youth, is hosting a community dinner on Wednesday.