The abortion debate is back in a big way with today’s killing in Kansas City of Dr. George Tiller, a doctor who performed abortions. He was killed in — of all places — his church.
Archives for May 2009
Like the end of the Olympics, I am having spelling bee withdrawl withdrawal today. I am not yet ready to let go of the two astounding — if predictable — facts surrounding the annual spelling extravaganza. 1) We have far too many useless words in our language. Perhaps there should be a sunset provision whenever Read more →
Has the recession killed the American Dream for you?
Live-blogging Midmorning’s discussion of what we identify with sports teams… or not.
How a Minnesota Supreme Court case is playing on the street, who’s in your cockpit, the Sweet Story of the Day, the cushiest ambassadorships, and the quest for a talking mouse.
Is it us looking for a community? Or just a way for us to be lazy and dumb? Or something in between?
A survey says more than half of those in the ‘Threshold Generation’ are considering delaying retirement.
A Rochester man is suing a TV station for reporting what he now admits was a lie.
Roxana Saberi’s first in-depth interview since being released from a prison in Iran.
A report from VP Joe Biden may not do much to calm the debate over whether the stimulus money is always money well spent.
William Ackman is not walking away from his role as a thorn in the side of the Minneapolis-based company.
Who needs a hug? Sonia and the Second Amendment, Fiddling Around America, the sound that shapes make, and do athletics get a break over the arts in Minnesota schools?
Minnesota’s increase is higher than the national average.
A year ago, Minnesota — what with its blend of ethanol and all — had the lowest prices in the nation. This year, however, the Upper Midwest is among the higher-priced regions.
How serious is the spelling bee? One sportswriter is handicapping the competition.