Duluth city workers aren’t making friends with thrill-seekers that enjoy the adrenaline rush of cliff jumping near the turbid waters of Amity Creek. Workers pruned a cedar tree that sits atop the popular cliff jump known as ‘The Deeps’ to locals.
The 2010 race for Minnesota governor might not be as close as the 1962 contest — an election decided by 91 votes out of 1.25 million cast — but it appears we are headed for another recount.
Seemingly irrelevant factoids that crop into news stories.
An intercepted memo from the boss of National Public Radio raises some significant questions, I presume, for newsrooms across the land.
A Pew survey shows we’re spending more time with the news.
The AP refused to distribute pictures of a burning Quran…
The devil may be in the details, but the primary message is always in the headlines.
So far, no one has accused Tom Emmer of stealing sheep.
What motivates a Russian spy?
Did NPR endanger a farmer by publicizing his name on an All Things Considered post last week?