Tomorrow is the first day of 2011. Today’s Question: What do you intend to do differently in the new year?
The Minnesota arts scene produces hundreds of concerts, shows, exhibits and performances every year. Today’s Question: What was the local arts highlight of 2010?
Toward the end of December, many media organizations look back over the top news stories of the past year. Today’s Question: What would you consider the top news story of 2010?
After serving two terms, Tim Pawlenty is about to hand the keys to the governor’s office to Mark Dayton. Today’s Question: How would you grade Tim Pawlenty’s performance as governor?
President Obama says the flurry of legislation passed in the lame duck session of Congress proves that “we are not doomed to endless gridlock.” Today’s Question: Does the work done in the lame duck session give you optimism for the next Congress?
Some people try to shop according to their values at the holidays, purchasing gifts that are sustainable or charitable in some way. Today’s Question: What’s your approach to gift-giving at the holidays?
Minnesota and surrounding states have among the highest rates of drunk driving in the nation, according to a recent survey. Today’s Question: When a friend is about to drive drunk, what do you do about it?
In an important test of artificial intelligence, an IBM computer will compete with star contestants on “Jeopardy” this February. Today’s Question: Would you expect the computer to win, or one of the humans?
The Senate is debating whether to ratify New Start, the arms control treaty the Obama administration negotiated with Russia. Today’s Question: Do you worry about the danger posed by nuclear weapons?
Many people will take vacation time during the next two weeks, but their cell phones and e-mail may keep them connected to their jobs. Today’s Question: When you go on vacation, can you really be on vacation?