A famous Minnesota wedding dance is immortalized on NBC’s The Office.
The Marines respond to the Pvt. Hafterson situation. The short version: The Corps says Hafterson lied.
A West Fargo VFW turns to a “digital bugle” to play taps at military funerals, putting a real bugler out of a job.
As a newspaper traces Michelle Obama’s roots from slavery to the White House, what does it matter to a nation that can still struggles with race?
Smarter monkeys, Al Capone’s hideout, a real moon shot, more concessions from airline passengers, and a peek back at Oct. 8, 1909.
Since a good portion of us are still thinking about last night’s game, what’s your prediction for the ALDS?
A Stillwater student faces two weeks of suspension for dashing through a homecoming rally wearing a thong. Does the punishment fit the crime?
David Letterman comes clean on his backstage sexual shenanigans and comes out with comedy. Was he doing his job or just playing the victim?
As districts struggle with declining enrollment, budget gaps and school closures, it’s getting harder for large-class high school football teams to find opponents.
What’s going on in your neck of the woods?
Is CBS getting its money’s worth? Also, plucky upstarts, where to get away from McDonald’s, your new lunar pool and today’s Microsoft moment.
At the tender age of 84, Goldie goes skydiving.
Remember when President Obama ordered federal agencies to shave $100 million from their budgets?
Sen. Franken rails on “judicial activism,” Sen. Klobuchar is irritated, and Rep. Bachmann wants to make sure everyone gets to vote.
The splash made by a Virginia Tech study of texting while driving wasn’t so much about whether texting is a bad idea, but about just how bad it is.