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Archives for June 2009
As investigators continue to focus on faulty airspeed indicators as the cause of the Air France crash off the coast of Brazil, the National Transportation Safety Board says a Northwest Airlines Airbus 330 may have had a similar problem. In a release late Thursday, the NTSB said the Northwest jet was flying between Hong Kong Read more →
The governor has made his decision and that apparently is that. Perhaps it’s now time to figure out these ways of getting help to people who need a hand.
The legendary newsman is not expected to recover, his family says.
When should the market prevail? And when should the government step in?
If the Supreme Court has no role in deciding whether there’s a constitutional right to prevent a 13 year old from being strip searched by an assistant principal, what is it there for?
Airline horror stories, what happens after a soldier is killed, to embed or not embed, when lifeguards make a difference
The top 10 political affairs
A spate of spring storms left the Red River Valley with swollen creeks and streams over the past week. Eventually, all that water must pour into the Red River and head north to Canada. The photo above was taken yesterday on the north end of the Island Park Levee in Fargo. Instead of a lake, Read more →
Your brain translates things uttered into your right ear differently than your left, a new study shows.
The Iowa football coach who helped a town recover from a devastating tornado has been killed.
Is thinking back in fashion, the jobs that can’t be filled, the Timberwolves trade, urban beekeepers, is the Appalachian Trail in Argentina, and what’s the use of long-term planning by short-term-thinking politicians?
The very tail end of President Obama’s news conference today provided the best glimpse into the workings of the White House Press Corp
The Richard Nixon Presidential Library today released more than 150 hours of previously classified recordings of the president.
In West Fargo, Jeremy Murphy, the student newspaper and yearbook adviser, has been removed because of ‘how negative the paper was.’