If the United States ever thinks it needs something more to be outraged about, it always has the one thing it’s ignored for generations: the treatment of Native Americans. Read more →
Over the years, Minneapolis Rep. Phyllis Kahn has elicited a few guffaws with her occasional bill to lower the voting age in Minnesota to 16. Maybe it’s time for Scotland to be our guide. Read more →
It could be a cold winter for people who heat their homes with firewood. There isn’t any. Read more →
Michele Bachmann, the congresswoman from Minnesota’s 6th District, was due to preside over the House yesterday afternoon when someone sprang into action upon seeing her upper arms. Read more →
Remember Twin Cities boosters saying Super Bowl 2018 would give Minnesota a national reputation and help “put it out the map.” This isn’t what they had in mind.
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There’s a fair chance the NFL’s No. 1 draft pick next year will be an accused rapist who has now been disciplined by his college team for lewd comments about women. Read more →
A divided Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that a professional guardian can order the removal of life-support for patients without court review. Read more →
With another 90-loss season and a likely manager firing just days away, the Minnesota sports fan might be tempted to wish baseball would simply go away.
That was before football season started, and now, we dare say, baseball has rarely looked better to these tired eyes.
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It’s true we can’t merge, but, unsurprisingly, Minnesota drivers are pretty darned nice, a new survey says. Read more →
Brainerd won’t be joining Red Wing and Minneapolis in putting Columbus out to pasture. Read more →
The Adrian Peterson story hasn’t been hypocrisy-free up to now and there’s no reason to expect it would be now. Read more →
How can we keep people on the curb, instead of crossing against the light? Entertain them. Read more →
Faron Hall was the kind of hero we in the news media love. And it might’ve killed him. Read more →
The Chisholm-based Minnesota National Guard 114th Transportation Company came home from nine months in Afghanistan this morning. Read more →
When Brock Shepard broke open a box and a helium balloon floated out at Blaine High School’s field house yesterday, it signaled that the kids of Blaine are alright, and so are quite a few of the adults. Read more →