Recent departures of senior leaders from Best Buy have cast a new light on office relationships between employees of different ranks. Today’s Question: Have personal relationships in the workplace ever presented a problem for you?
A poll conducted just before Facebook’s public stock offering suggests that half of Americans think the social network is a passing fad. Today’s Question: Do you think Facebook is a passing fad?
The Minnesota Zoo has announced that it will soon close its dolphin exhibit. The announcement came three days after the governor signed a bonding bill that included money to renovate the building that houses the dolphins. Today’s Question: Will you be less likely to visit the Minnesota Zoo without its dolphins?
Recent outbreaks of deadly tornadoes in other parts of the country have observers concerned that such an episode could occur here in the Twin Cities. Today’s Question: Should authorities in the Twin Cities change the way they warn people about tornadoes?
Citing the potential for permanent brain injury and the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, NFL player Jacob Bell has retired at 31. Today’s Question: Does the violence in football pose a long-term threat to the sport?
After resisting pressure for months to declare a position, President Obama now says he believes that same-sex couples should be able to get married. Today’s Question: How might President Obama’s stand on same-sex marriage affect your vote in November?
The Dakota County attorney is seeking indictments against an organization that provides support to people who want to commit suicide because of incurable and chronic medical conditions. Today’s Question: Should assisted suicide be an option for people in chronic, incurable pain?
The stadium deal approved by the House Monday night shifted some of the costs from the state to the Vikings. The bill requires the Vikings to pay more and give the state a share of the proceeds from naming rights. Today’s Question: Is the stadium bill a good deal for Minnesotans?
Minneapolis animal control officers are trying to cope with an oversupply of pit bulls and other so-called bully breeds. Some are strays, some have been judged dangerous and many have suffered abuse. The shelter can only release them to qualified rescue organizations, and half of them are euthanized. Today’s Question: Are some breeds of dogs Read more →
Legislators have announced that they will vote on a Vikings stadium proposal on Monday. Gov. Mark Dayton has asked Minnesotans to contact their legislators and urge them to vote yes. Today’s Question: What would you like to say to your legislator about the stadium? Thanks for your interest in Today’s Question. We’d like to hear Read more →