A moment at the Capitol Tuesday reminded us that no matter how powerful we become, time still calls the shots. Read more →
This picture, owned by the Washington Post, carries with it a story of humanity that could, perhaps in a different universe, transcend politics. Read more →
An 81-year-old Madison, Wis., man was missing after his car was found in a slough. On Monday, 75 volunteers showed up to find him. As near as we can tell, nobody cared who voted for whom. Read more →
Let’s check in on how the media is faring at the big Trump rally in Rochester. Read more →
Joe Mauer doubled in his final at bat on Sunday, then gave every indication his career with the Twins is over when he caught a single pitch in the 9th inning before exiting to the cheers of a tearful hometown crowd. Read more →
A man near Bemidji is running for no office and has the campaign sign to prove it. Read more →
Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter, Jamie, died in the Parkland, Fla., school massacre, wanted to make a point when the Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh took a break.
Mission accomplished. Read more →
Someday, an alien civilization will land on a dusty planet and find a picture like this and conclude that the planet’s demise was likely due to the insane people who waged wars. Read more →
This is a test of your cuteness detector. This is only a test. Read more →
What, you’ve never seen a woman at a country music festival with her head stuck up the tailpipe of a pickup truck? Read more →
Your kindergarteners are going to be singing new nursery rhymes. Read more →
One characteristic about the original colonies: They have a lot of dead soldiers to remember on Memorial Day.
Massachusetts, where the first shot was fired in a war that would create the United States has had 37,268 in war, stretching back to the Revolution. Read more →
Leila al-Ghandour was 8 months old when she died today from tear gas during protests in Gaza, the family claims.
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My airline friend snaps pictures of some of my favorite cities when he’s flying upfront in the jumpseat (I presume). This morning, he grabbed one of my most favorite communities. Read more →