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No, the Rolling Stones aren’t banning old backup singers
We've heard weirder rumors than the one that's been circulating in the Twin Cities in recent days about Wednesday night's Rolling Stones concert, but we're hard pressed to recall when. ...
Vikings embrace Peterson's return after suspension
The Minnesota Vikings on Tuesday welcomed chastened running back Adrian Peterson back to the team following his suspension from the NFL last fall amid child abuse allegations. ...
Best Buy CEO: Brick-and-mortar still a vital asset
"Our advantage is we can help you online. We can help you in the stores, and we can also come to your home," Hubert Joly said Tuesday at the University of Minnesota. "And with technology, we believe it is a unique competitive advantage." ...
Showers, Stones and Mr. Jimmy
“You can’t always get what you want.” – Mic Jagger But if the weather maps verify, Rolling Stones fans might get what we need Wednesday night. Wednesday night’s Stones show at The Bank? It’s literally a roll of the tumblin’ weather dice. Most models favor a ...
New campaign urges patients to "Ask about aspirin"
Using low-dose aspirin can lower rates of a first heart attack or stroke by 10 to 20 percent. But aspirin is not for everyone, a U of M cardiologist said, and patients should consult with their doctors first. ...
Fight over state auditor's job snarls Minnesota budget deal
A skirmish between Gov. Mark Dayton and House Republicans over the scope of the state auditor's job is threatening to hold up the special session needed to finish the budget. ...
Before special session, a few details remain
Monday's agreement between Gov. Dayton and GOP legislators cleared the way ... almost. ...
The scar of the Minneapolis tornado
It's been three years and two weeks since a tornado ripped apart north Minneapolis and while there are still homes in need of repair, you might think that viewed from several thousand feet, you wouldn't know a tornado dropped down on the city. But that notion was dispelled when Reddit user ...
Senate approves USA Freedom Act, after amendments fail
The Senate has approved the USA Freedom Act, which will alter the way U.S. agencies conduct surveillance and gather data. A final vote on the bill came late Tuesday afternoon. ...
Hallberg's Picture of Health: Prescribing pot
Minnesota's medical marijuana law is being implemented, and some say it's the most conservative in the country. ...
Why it's hard to be a moderate in Congress
As Congress becomes increasingly divided and politically partisan, there's a "centrist premium" for candidates wanting to stay moderate, says Republic 3.0 Editor Anne Kim. ...
Mpls. Federal Reserve head: U.S. economy has untapped potential
The inflation rate is running near zero thanks to cheap fuel, according to Narayana Kocherlakota. The low inflation translates to slow growth in wages and jobs. ...
Tweets about Obama cost MN man his job
Jeff Gullickson of Plymouth was among the most vitriolic of tweeters when he wrote, "hope to see you hang soon you treasonous fraud" in responding to Obama's new Twitter account. ...
Intelligence Squared debate: Iran nuclear deal good for America?
Intelligence Squared US debate motion: Is President Obama's Iran nuclear deal good for America? For experts with extensive foreign policy experience debated. YES: Philip Gordon and Thomas Pickering. NO: Michael Doran and Mark Dubowitz. ...
Mpls. a great baseball town, but it’s no Cullowhee
We're pretty much at a complete loss to understand a ranking of baseball cities today that brings Minneapolis in at #10. It's not that we're not convinced Minneapolis is the 10th-best city in America in which to be a baseball fan -- although we're not. It's just that there are s ...
With local cop passed over for chief, Hawley mobilizes
In a small town Minnesota, is it better to have a police chief that's locally grown or one from out of town? ...
How MN education bill will affect charter schools
There were a few provisions regarding charter schools that were in the first education bill Dayton vetoed. What might remain for charter schools in the next education bill? ...
Fargo man convicted of driving Zamboni drunk at hockey game
The defensive attorney argued that the law is not clear whether a Zamboni is considered a vehicle, or whether it is illegal to drive the machine on the ice while intoxicated. ...
FIFA President Sepp Blatter resigns amid bribery scandal
The interests of soccer's world governing body are "very dear to me," he said, "and this is why I have taken this decision." ...
Senate takes on House-passed USA Freedom Act
Of the three provisions on the chopping block, the one at the center of the debate concerned NSA's bulk collection program. ...
Plastic Bag Ban
Nearly 200 cities in the United States ban the use of plastic bags. Do you think your city should do the same?
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