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Archives for May 2010
Minneapolis wants to host the Democratic National Convention.
Can Minnesota compete with Mexico, why save a drive-in, newspaper commenters up close, Chaudhary’s lapse, and life with leeches.
One of the people profiled in News Cut’s ‘The Unemployed’ series has found work.
This might be the worst news for baseball fans since the designated hitters. The system that’s used to set airline ticket prices is now migrating to baseball tickets.
Live video of the Gulf oil spill.
Sen. Al Franken introduced a bill today designed to protect gay and lesbian students from bullying at school. There was a moment in his conversation with MPR’s Cathy Wurzer this morning that caught some attention.
Bar patrons in West Allis, Wisc., are reportedly being investigated because they burned an effigy of President Barack Obama.
The Tea Party member made an issue bigger than it should’ve been.
The magic of a girl named Google, an important question missing from today’s MPR poll, live video of the oil spill, Miukhtars’ birthday, and today’s reason to love the Internet.
A reporter’s mission to use Twitter to cover Michele Bachmann fails.
A study debunks the myth that 80% of marriages of parents of autistic children end in divorce.
A 13-year old is trying to be the youngest person to climb Mt. Everest.
If gang members aren’t worth mourning, is there any hope of saving them?
The story of the father who put his son near a cougar at Como isn’t the only case of risking our children we see each day.