A common holiday custom is to give tips to those who provide services throughout the year. Today’s Question: At the holidays, who do you tip, and why, and how much?
Time Magazine announced its choice Wednesday for Person of the Year: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Today’s Question: Who would be your pick for Minnesotan of the year?
Most people who reach the age of 65 will eventually need some sort of long-term care, and few of them have saved enough for it. Today’s Question: What are you doing to provide for your long-term care?
Snowplows have been struggling to cope with the effects of the fifth worst winter storm on record in the Twin Cities. Today’s Question: What could your city do better in removing snow?
The official start of winter is still more than a week away, but you wouldn’t know it from the snow we’ve received. Today’s Question: How does the severity of Minnesota winters affect your quality of life?
Some members of Congress have suggested that the WikiLeaks website should be prosecuted for distributing classified information. Today’s Question: Should the activities of WikiLeaks be protected as free speech?
Tom Emmer’s concession on Wednesday clears the way for Mark Dayton to become governor on Jan. 3. Today’s Question: What advice do you have for Mark Dayton as he prepares to take office?
A compromise between President Obama and Republicans in Congress would continue the Bush-era tax cuts and extend jobless benefits to the long-term unemployed. Today’s Question: What do you think of the compromise deal on the tax cuts?
Full time child care for an infant is likely to cost more than $13,000 a year in Minnesota. That puts the state’s child-care costs among the highest in the nation. Today’s Question: How has the cost of child care affected the life of your family?
Classified diplomatic documents circulated last week describe an Afghan government beset by corruption at the highest levels. Today’s Question: Do Afghanistan’s future prospects justify the expenditure of American lives and resources?