Close to 28 million American citizens lack health insurance, and even those with coverage struggle to afford the premiums and co-pays.
Mental Health & Addiction
Rather than seeing the total number of nicotine users in the state go down as many people had hoped, the popularity of e-cigarettes means that more young Minnesotans are becoming addicted.
NATO is marking a couple of milestones this year. But for the moment, the alliance is focused on a rhetorical bomb tossed last week by one of Europe’s leading statesmen, French President Emmanuel Macron.
Politics & Policy
Lewis tells the story of Berzelius Windrip, known as Buzz, who is elected president in 1936 and transforms the United States into a totalitarian dictatorship.
These findings suggest, say the researchers, that social media may offer a “loneliness prediction system.”
We never asked Uncle Dick what he did in the Great War. It was a taboo subject when we were growing up in the 1950s.
By mid-1956, John’s Bar had lost its license, and 110 men and women had been convicted of violating the Mann Act.
Republican state Sen. Roger Chamberlain plans to introduce a bill in 2020 modeled on legislation passed in California, a measure that would let student athletes profit from their name and image, including endorsement deals.
If you want ESPN’s attention, skip the talk. Give them something they can’t ignore — like what Gopher women’s hockey player Amy Potomak did with her Magical Mystery Goal.