How to pay for a new Vikings stadium if gambling isn’t the answer, the latest on the sequester, why wouldn’t someone do CPR to save an elderly woman, and the kids who danced so someone else could live.
Archives for March 4, 2013
The nation’s Homeland Security chief says sequestration is creating long airport checkpoint lines. But she’s one of the few people to find them.
Forbes Magazine today released its annual list of the world’s billionaires, a chance for us to ask, ‘how are Minnesota’s billionaires doing?’
James Robert Deaner, of Grand Valley State University, was setting out to find if there was a link between a hockey player’s facial shape and aggression and where he was drafted in the National Hockey League draft, when he discovered something else: There’s an apparent link between the month in which they were born and Read more →
Given that there’s been so much written and reported about the haves, have-somes, have-most, and have-nots, in the last few years, there seems to be more at work here in people’s incorrect perceptions of the distribution of wealth in the U.S.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has overturned the certification of a 17-year to stand trial as an adult for his participation in a gang-related rape of a girl on St. Paul’s East side.
The implications of a cure for AIDS, where are the kids in local sports, the Klan in North Dakota, tribute for a code talker, and one for all the ‘tortured souls.’