Sending sexually explicit photos of yourself apparently is not the aberrant behavior we thought it was. University of Michigan researchers say it may just part of our crazy modern mating ritual!
Archives for July 2012
I’ve been a little bear-fixated since last year when I happened to be in Yellowstone National Park the same week a hiker was killed by a grizzly So I’m fascinated this morning watching a new web cam at the Brooks River in Alaska’s Katmai National Park. Running on wind and solar power, the cam came Read more →
You may love Minnesota right now. But just wait until 2032!
I’m kind of enjoying the new Minnesota Department of Public Safety ads about the creative excuses people use for speeding. I’m learning a valuable lesson, too, of course.
It’s quite a day. The market’s tanking because it’s expensive for Spain to borrow. The New York Times is launching a new project digging into middle class decline. It’s only a short stroll, then, to some grim, newly published data showing many of the folks near retirement have little savings beyond Social Security. The Schwartz Read more →
It’s hard to have a discussion about long term stability when there are needed jobs being created and big money to be made in the short-term.
Back to our theme on the nature of passion.
On a day in which the fundamental underpinnings of faith could be challenged, religious leaders and writers have mostly left it to the politicians.
A father denies his daughter a promised trip because her cancer is in remission.
MnDOT tries to defuse a growing public relations problem over the American flag.
Good people have come and good people have gone but there’s one person — and only one person — who’s been a part of MPR.org since the day he started.
There isn’t a good parent in the world who doesn’t understand the pain of Tom Sullivan, center, who is shown in this AP photo embraces family members outside Gateway High School in Aurora.
Did life imitate art, Franken and Davis minus Davis, reporters in campaign ads, remembering the Hjemkomst voyage, and the Airstream mentality.
The U.S. stands on the precipice of a financial disaster, and Congress has done nothing but bicker.
Anyone who’s ever watched politicians get questions they didn’t have answers for had to know that Gov. Mark Dayton was heading for the rocks almost immediately after he got a question on MPR’s Daily Circuit the other day about a subject that has little to do with politics or policy.