Can a political commentator compare President Obama with President Nixon and get away with it? No.
Archives for October 2009
Janet Napolitano says she’ll wait until after the NTSB completes its investigation.
The Twin Cities area has seen four consecutive months of home value increases.
Why is religion so closely tied to a violent sport, why it’s not easy being green glass, Minnesota bears and the BBC, why are we in Afghanistan, and who’s lying in the Flight 188 saga?
The pilots were on their personal laptops when they should’ve been flying the airplane, the NTSB said today.
In New York, an artist took a short helicopter ride, and is spending the week sketching the entire city skyline from memory.
Boeing unveiled a model of what an interior of its newest jet might look like:
Still think H1N1 is overblown? The secret to a long marriage. Why are hunting exploits front-page news? Thinking positively. So long, Lou Jacobi.
Two Northwest Airlines pilots explained to the NTSB on Sunday why they overshoot their Minneapolis destination.
We’ve had the official explanation, now it’s up to the comedians to provide the context.
The pilots of the wayward Northwest Airlines flight had 17 hours of rest time.
Flight 188 was the first significant test of the U.S. air defense structure since 9/11. We failed.
‘I can assure you none of us was asleep,’ First Officer Richard I. Cole told ABC News.
Few talking heads are buying the “cockpit argument” excuse for the Northwest flight that missed its Minneapolis destination.
The military’s reasons for not intercepting a potential threat to Minneapolis suggests a delay in determining there was one.