Good morning class, Mr. Collins is out today. 0) ELEVEN I’ll spare you the jokes about 11/11/11 — that’s 11/11/11 for our friends across the pond — and just point you to The Current’s Music Blog, where they’re celebrating Nigel Tufnel Day. 1) VETS Today is Veteran’s Day. The Department of Veteran’s Affairs has more Read more →
See last weekend’s snow storm from a whole new vantage point: space.
In a 7-2 decision today, the Supreme Court upheld a federal law allowing the government to hold “sexually dangerous” persons in civil commitment after they have served the length of their criminal sentences.
Put the Gulf oil spill in your backyard. Or, more precisely, everybody’s backyard.
“Maybe everybody else knows this, but what is the difference between the pager and the e-mail?”
A happy 90th birthday to our close, personal friend Sid Hartman.
The two Northwest Airlines pilots who flew past MSP have agreed not to fight the revocations of the licenses.
See which Minnesota recipes made the cut in Pillbury’s Bake-Off competition.
A Bemidji woman steps out in support of her former college boyfriend. Some guy named “Tiger Woods.”
What do you get when you combine public radio and Chatroulette? A strange, fascinating interview.
Sure, the Super Bowl is in a couple of weeks, but you, Vikings fan, have been relegated to the role of impartial observer.
The North American Bear Center in Ely captured a first today, the birth of a live black bear cub, and streamed it across the Internet to tens of thousands of viewers.
History repeats itself at 11:35 p.m. Eastern Time.
The folks at St. John’s in Collegeville have provided a video proof to the age-old question: How do you fit a 15-foot-wide Christmas tree through a 10-foot-wide door?
See the video of the cougar caught on a Champlin police officer’s dashboard camera.