ALSO: Republican gubernatorial candidates get scrappy; Bachmann comes out punching, others punch back; WCCO debuts The Wire (not theTV show).
But Mr. Sourceface, you just did upstage the formal announcement
By Eric Black
After word got out today that St.
One more quick thought on the pending decision by the Three Judge election contest panel on the 19 categories of voter/election official mistakes that might or might not disqualify a ballot, (which I steal directly from my last conversation with Ram
Even outside the courtroom recount drama, Minnesota’s two rivals for the U.S.
Given the amount of electronic waste piling up around the world, this sounds like a very good thing: Best Buy says starting today, it’s going to sell gently used and refurbished iPhones at a discount in its mobile stores.
I mentioned yesterday that Imation is attending a couple of big consumer electronics shows this week.
St. Jude Medical spent the weekend wrapping up some last-minute holiday shopping.
Is it possible that happiness is contagious? A recent study reported in the British Medical Journal takes a stab at understanding the dynamics of this most elusive of feelings.
The Motley Fool doesn’t have high expectations for UnitedHealth Group‘s new health-care website.
By Eric BlackWednesday, Dec. 3, 2008
Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss has won the runoff in Georgia, meaning Democrats failed to assemble a filibuster-proof 60-40 Senate majority. Is this a big deal?
Analysis by Doug Grow | Monday, Oct. 20, 2008 Since Congresswoman Michele Bachmann questioned Barack Obama’s patriotism on national television Friday, donations from across the country have poured into the campaign of her opponent, El Tinklenberg.
Can there be too much theater at once? Maybe so. There certainly is more going on right now than one person can hope to see.
The teenage years aren’t life’s only tough time of transition.
Congolese vocalist Samba Mapangala and the various editions of his Orchestra Virunga pop the cork on musical champagne that’s surprisingly bubbly, sweet and tangy, that tickles your senses and inexorably goads you into doing uncharacteristically sil
One of my favorite things about the Minnesota Fringe Festival is the aggressive manner in which theatergoers generate and seek out buzz.
Unlike the accounts-payable folks at Medicare — who shelled out something on the order of $100 million over the past decade to pay fraudulent claims bearing the ID numbers of dead physicians — the vast MinnPost public knows a dead doctor when it see
Even during a holiday week, lots of MinnPost readers found time to comment on topics ranging from offshore oil drilling to the Chinese Olympics, Iran, Iraq — and a slew of nominations for 150 Minnesota moments to forget…
Among the topics stirring MinnPost readers to comment recently were education funding, poll results, the dismal state of the Timberwolves and Red Lake drug trafficking. Here are some examples…
The Franken vs.