President Obama has frozen federal employees’ pay for two years to fight the deficit, but union officials say the freeze won’t help much and unfairly hurts working people. Today’s Question: Is it fair to freeze the pay of federal workers?
After the exchange of artillery fire between North and South Korea last week, President Obama reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to South Korea’s defense. Today’s Question: Is the defense of South Korea a vital U.S. interest?
The day after Thanksgiving is considered the most important shopping day of the year and the start of the holiday shopping season. Today’s Question: Are you more likely to spend money this holiday season than last?
Historical documents suggest that the feast in 1621 which inspired traditional Thanksgiving meals in America included poultry, venison, fish and corn. Today’s Question: What Thanksgiving dish is special to your family?
Officials could soon begin a hand recount of 2 million ballots cast in this month’s voting for a Minnesota governor. Today’s Question: Do you have confidence in the Minnesota recount process?
Tonight is Don Shelby’s final broadcast as anchor of the 10 p.m. news on WCCO-TV. Today’s Question: How big a role does the anchor play in your choice of a newscast to watch?
The use of body scanners and physical pat-downs has spawned a controversy over security at U.S. airports. Today’s Question: Do heightened security measures affect your willingness to fly?
The University of Minnesota is in the process of selecting a new president. The lone finalist, Eric Kaler, is taking part today in a public interview with the Board of Regents. Today’s Question: If you ran the University of Minnesota, what three things would you do to make it better?
Republicans in Washington have stepped up their campaign against earmarks, the process that allows members of Congress to direct funds to particular projects. The use and abuse of earmarks has generated controversy for years, involving projects that range from the Bridge to Nowhere in Alaska to the Central Corridor light rail line in the Twin Read more →
Two Democratic pollsters suggested on Sunday that President Obama could serve the country best by forgoing a run at reelection. Today’s Question: Should President Obama limit himself to a single term?