Just when you’re ready to give up on the news, they rip your heart out with this confound better part of humanity.
Archives for February 2013
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it’s good to keep the dire warnings in perspective and requiring a transportation secretary to explain how closing towers at airports without airline service is going to significant hamper the airline traveling public.
A teacher had students write math problems, the students wrote math problems about slaves, the teacher handed out the problems, and there are some parents — some parents — who wonder what the big deal is?
There’s something not quite right when a polar bear seems happier in Kansas City than the Northland of Minnesota.
We may never hear of another coach’s speech like the one Herb Brooks gave that afternoon.
What’s behind the medical device provider tax, it’s OK to love the Metrodome, the 14 year old and the things she thinks she can do, when bullying was a story, and kite skiing in Minnesota.
The Associated Press Stylebook, the bible from which journalists take their cue for proper wordsmithing, finally acknowledged that a woman can have a wife and a man can have a husband.
It’s more than just men’s physical strength that leads to their superior throwing ability, argues sociologist Lisa Wade.
In Pittsburgh, a shoeshine man — Albert Lexie — has been working in a hospital for children and usually gets tipped a dollar or two. It adds up, especially since he donates the money — about $200,000 so far — to the families of sick kids.
The U.S. Postal Service announced today that later this year it will begin selling some ‘forever’ stamps that honor ‘the people who built America.’
It was a short lifespan for an extension of County Road H in Bayfield, Wisconsin yesterday. The Bayfield Ice Road, connecting Bayfield with Madeline Island, opened to light trucks and cars this week. But, today, according to the Madeline Island Ferry Line Facebook page, it was closed while officials look for another route across a portion of Lake Superior.
How does a sweet kid end up the killer on the 6 o’clock news, the wrong black history in Woodbury, a red light for traffic cameras, everything you want to know about the sequester, and learning standing up in Fargo.
For years, the Minnesota Timberwolves have required fans to pass through hand-held metal detectors. The team, in fact, was more security-conscious than any other sports team in town, dating back to well before 2001. Back then the threat was gang violence. Now it’s mass shooting. You opened up your jacket, they felt your pockets, they Read more →
Low pay beats no pay, should teachers be required to pass a test to teach, your biggest failure, privacy over accuracy in the note home from school, and the end is cosmically near.