Eventually, every major news story reaches the ‘YouTube song’ stage.
Archives for March 2012
For all the fancy screening gadgets and heavy restrictions, video of an incident on a JetBlue flight today shows the biggest change since 9/11 and why the attacks are not likely to be repeated.
Here’s this morning’s audio from the arguments in the Affordable Care Act challenge at the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Case-Shiller index, which measures the resale value of homes, reports today that the home prices in the Minneapolis market dropped only .8 percent in January.
We are what we eat. That old saying keeps coming up the more we find out what’s in the food we consume.
Chasing drug use in public housing, rabbits and the tax code, eye on the eagles, trucker bombs in North Dakota, and some shoes for Igor.
Researchers say coral reefs in the Gulf of Mexico have been killed.
Maybe the Penfield will evolve into something other than the embarrassment it now is.
It’s getting harder and harder to know when it’s OK to mix climate and weather together.
Misrepresenting your status on a mortgage application can’t be used as a reason to walk away from debt.
Are there more “strange” names in public radio than other media?
When suffering is required, health care and the high court, a Vikings stadium smackdown, the war against schools, and are you cash free yet?
It was proven beyond all doubt today that you can tweet and talk at the same time on the Daily Circuit’s Friday Roundtable.
An exhaust system falls off a vehicle and crashes through the window of a trailing SUV.
A Republican official answers allegations he attempted to cover up the affair between Sen. Amy Koch and her deputy, Michael Brodkorb.