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Snowball disproves climate change, senator suggests
It's tempting to say the climate change 'debate' reached its silliest possible point today. ...
How to 'Stay Young Forever'
Bill Gifford explores the history of anti-aging, including some very wacky pseudo-cures. ...
Death Valley wildflower super-bloom ahead?
This could be a good year for rare widespread wildflower blooms in Death Valley National Park. It may even be a rare super-bloom year. ...
Minnesota dentists seek more state aid to treat low-income kids
A coalition of dental groups Thursday urged lawmakers to raise payment rates for pediatric dental care to the average among states, saying Minnesota's rates are the lowest in the nation. ...
U of M students accept deal on sit-in charges
Thirteen University of Minnesota students arrested at a Feb. 9 sit-in of the president's office have accepted an offer that could lead to the dismissal of their cases in a year. ...
Minnesotans head east to fix Boston's extreme ice dams
Minnesota's ice dam removers are being greeted in Boston 'like Santa Claus.' ...
Nation pauses for llamas on the lam
There are certain times in the news business that define us as a people. At this hour -- and I don't know how long this feed will be up -- the nation has stopped what it's doing to watch llamas being chased. ...
FCC approves net neutrality rules for 'Open Internet'
The FCC approved the policy known as net neutrality by a 3-2 vote, with FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler saying the agency will ensure that no entity 'should control free open access to the Internet.' ...
Net neutrality vote: Here's what you need to know
The Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on whether to reclassify the Internet as a utility. If it votes yes, the commission will not allow Internet service providers to throttle traffic. ...
1,000 Words: The end of culture
A video purports to show the destruction of a civilization. ...
Minnesotan charged with trying to join ISIS pleads guilty
Abdullahi Yusuf, 18, faces up to 15 years in prison but is hoping for a reduced sentenced. Officials see him as a test case in rehabilitating radicalized youth. ...
When kids upstage politicians
Proposed: Whenever a politician has a news conference, stick a kid in front of the podium. ...
Attention, shoppers: Prices for 70 health care procedures now online
It's not exactly Priceline.com for knee replacements. But a website from the nonprofit Health Care Cost Institute could help patients shop around for the best values. ...
Head transplants? What could go wrong?
An Italian surgeon says the age of head transplants may be at hand. ...
NASA sees 'bright spots' on dwarf planet in our solar system
Scientists are puzzled by a new image taken by NASA's Dawn spacecraft, which found two bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres. The spots are noticeably brighter than other parts of the surface. ...
Homeless man pushes stuck cars to amazement of TV viewers
We've become a little reluctant over the years to pass along the 'look at the nice thing a homeless person did' videos -- homeless people are people too, fully capable of the kindness that others are capable of. On the other hand, it's not as if the problem of homelessness has becom ...
Global rules of greeting vary, but Biden and Travolta get no support
The vice president and the actor are getting panned for the way they greeted women in the past week. ...
A bitterly cold but sunny day
Tonight is likely to be the coldest night of the rest of the winter. Lows Friday morning should be in the teens below zero statewide and possibly touch 20 below near Canada. The Twin Cities should bottom out close to 8 below. ...
Reports: ISIS man who beheaded prisoners identified as London man
British security services have known who the man is, the BBC says, but "chose not to disclose his name earlier for operational reasons." ...
Man survives but dog can't be saved as truck sinks in Lake Minnetonka
Four deputies laid on the ice in a human chain to rescue a man after his truck went through the ice Wednesday night. ...
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