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On Abraham Lincoln's birthday: hear historian Harold Holzer
Renowned Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer tells us this hour about Abraham Lincoln's presidency, his assassination, and his mostly unknown career as a newspaper man. Harold Holzer gave the 2015 "Lincoln Lecture" at the Minnesota Historical Society. He titled it "Lincoln and the Press in 1865: Mayhem, M ...
The writings on the wall in Apollo 11
One wonders if the astronauts considered that at some point in the future, we would be sitting on our couches with a computer on our laps many times more powerful than their entire spacecraft's technology, reading their scribbles. ...
Banham riding high after comeback from injury
The University of Minnesota women's basketball team beat Nebraska 110-73 Thursday night at Williams Arena. Rachel Banham scored 32 points to lead the Gophers. ...
John Cleese, actor, comedian -- and consultant on creativity in business? Yes!
One the world's funniest people is also a well-regarded expert on innovation in business. ...
People keep talking about 'the establishment.' What is it, anyway?
People have been sticking it to The Man for years. And in this year's presidential race, The Man is really, really easy to stick it to. ...
Warwick joined friends for hit that raised money for AIDS research 30 years ago
Dionne Warwick and Friends hit number one with "That's what Friends Are For" 30 years ago today. ...
Sex offender relocating to St. Paul neighborhood says he deserves second chance
A convicted rapist who will soon be released from the Minnesota Sex Offender Program talks about his treatment, and going back into society. ...
This weekend, trivia is serious business in St. Cloud
Like salmon returning to their spawning ground, lovers of trivia are returning to St. Cloud this weekend for the annual trivia weekend on KVSC, the St. Cloud State University radio station. ...
Will Cuba meeting of pope and patriarch help heal a 1,000-year rift?
The split dates from when Christianity first spread through the Roman Empire. Friday's meeting between Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill is the culmination of longstanding efforts to promote dialogue. ...
February warmer than average so far
MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with University of Minnesota climatologist Mark Seeley about the month of February so far, which has been warmer than average. ...
At Robbinsdale Armstrong, call it ‘class country skiing’
A high school coach's generosity in a cross-country ski race cost his team a chance to compete for the state championship. ...
Daily Digest: The Democrats are in town
Some items in the news this Friday, as the contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination head for the Twin Cities. ...
Death of officer, 2nd killed in line of duty, shakes Fargo
Officer Jason Moszer died Thursday of a gunshot wound suffered while responding to a domestic disturbance hours earlier. ...
Report estimates 44 percent drop in uninsured Minnesota kids
State officials are celebrating a marked drop in the number of uninsured Minnesota children after the federal health overhaul. ...
Clinton, Sanders to appear at same MN event, separately
The two remaining candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination inspire the same disagreements in Minnesota that they do elsewhere. ...
Clinton, Sanders clash over minorities, money, Obama
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled for the crucial backing of black and Hispanic voters in Thursday night's Democratic debate. ...
Arctic front Friday, Watching Sunday snow totals
Get ready for a little bit of weather everything in the next week in Minnesota. ...
St. Paul youth give officials opinions on new police chief
On Wednesday night, Mayor Chris Coleman and Council President Russ Stark met with teens to hear what they're looking for in the next chief. ...
Warsame could be second participant in jihadi rehab program
The 20-year-old Minnesota man, Abdirizak Warsame, arrested for planning to help ISIS, is likely to be the second man in an emerging de-radicalization program. ...
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