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Unclear whether oil, objects found in sea linked to lost jet
"The hypothesis is the plane is at the bottom of the sea," Indonesia search and rescue chief Henry Bambang Soelistyo says. ...
As businesses close, early effects of Rochester's 20-year plan hit home
Longtime residents wonder whether their city will still feel like home. ...
Even in the frozen North, a yurt's so good
A Bemidji-area couple want a house with fixed walls, someday. For now, they enjoy a life of hands-on problem solving in a sort-of tent. ...
Dr. Atul Gawande on 'The Problem of Hubris'
Dr. Atul Gawande's lecture on the egotism and hubris of medical professionals who think they can fix everything, even though aging and death aren't "fixable." The author of "Being Mortal," spoke at the BBC Reith Lecture Series. ...
E-book lending changing Twin Cities libraries
Libraries are starting to see declines in print circulation as e-books grow. ...
Search resumes for missing AirAsia flight
Ships and planes have resumed the search for AirAsia flight QZ8501, which lost contact with air traffic control on Sunday. The search efforts, which were suspended overnight, picked up again at dawn. ...
Minnesota school testing system encounters glitches
Minnesota's $38 million contract with a vendor to run its online proficiency testing system is encountering glitches that have school officials worried ahead of the spring testing season. ...
Police say suspect surrenders in NDSU assault case
Police in Fargo say a man wanted in a sexual assault case involving three North Dakota State University students has turned himself in. ...
Final goodbye: Roll call of some who died in 2014
Political figures who catalyzed war and peace, scientists who changed our lives, and beloved entertainers are among those who died in 2014. ...
Yes-We-Can president faces twilight of maybes
Democrats already are checking out Obama's potential successors. Emboldened Republicans are trying to push aside his agenda in favor of their own. ...
AirAsia plane missing after takeoff from Indonesia
Search operations have been suspended for the night for an AirAsia plane with 162 aboard that lost contact with air-traffic control after takeoff from Indonesia on a flight to Singapore. ...
Long overlooked dwarf galaxy discovered
The newest galaxy to be discovered is actually very old - and very small. And it's right in our neighborhood of the universe. ...
Facebook finds not everyone likes 'Year in Review' app
Not everyone is thanking Facebook for the memories. ...
Maple Grove crash kills two
Police identified the victims Saturday as Sheron Swanson, 68, and Michael Kelley, 54. Police said Kelley was driving an SUV that crossed the center line of County Road 81. ...
Snow leads to accidents, snow emergency declarations
Between three and six inches of snow fell across a wide swath of the state Friday night and Saturday morning, leading to over 300 accidents and one death. ...
Astrophysicist proves religion and science don’t mix
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is a pretty brilliant guy, so he must've known what he was doing when he posted this tweet on Christmas ...
Al-Shabab leader reportedly surrenders
Top al-Shabab leader Zakariye Ismail Ahmed Hersi, for whom the U.S. has offered $3 million to capture, has turned himself in, an intelligence official in Somalia says. ...
Appeal of Airstream trailers endures
The people who assemble those retro-looking Airstream campers at an Ohio factory can't build them fast enough these days to meet the demand. ...
Nutmeg: A spice with a violent history
A lot of blood has been shed over this little brown seed. "Nutmeg has been one of the saddest stories of history," says culinary historian Michael Krondl. ...
Do e-books cause sleep problems?
E-readers may make it particularly hard to get a good night's sleep, according to research out this week. ...
The average household in Minnesota throws away $96 worth of food annually. How do you compare?
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