It all started when Moorhead Junior High School guidance counselor Robert Asp read a book on Viking shipbuilding.
Sometimes less frequency works better for riders.
The Senate passed its government funding bill over the weekend despite no votes from Minnesota Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken.
WASHINGTON – The entire delegation signed a letter asking Obama to rescind his nominee to be ambassador to Norway.
WASHINGTON — A group of Minnesota Norwegian-American leaders launched a campaign against George Tsunis’ nomination after his rocky congressional testimony in January.
WASHINGTON — George Tsunis’ rough congressional testimony in January damaged his nomination, a group of Minnesotans argues.
Police were already under fire for their slow response during Anders Behring Breivik’s 2011 attacks. And it took them more than an hour to arrive at the scene of Monday’s bus hijacking.
But the most exciting programming starts after midnight, with feverish segments on the shearing of bottle-fed sheep.
The US says Norway is an ideal location to destroy roughly half of Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles. But Norway would have to surmount legal – and political – hurdles.
The right-wing Conservative and Progress parties started talks today to form a minority government, but needed to drop drilling plans to get support.
Norway’s Conservative Party will lead parliament for the first time since 1990, with plans to lower taxes, sell shares in state oil companies, and increase oil exploration.
Norway has had extraordinary success with its prison rehabilitation program, with one of the world’s lowest recidivism rates. But it’s never had to deal with a criminal like Breivik before.
The statue of Ole Bull was erected in Loring Park in 1897. Bull stands atop a pedestal, playing a violin, with a little line of music carved into the granite below him.
Old buildings, traditions, languages, artistic works and cultures are constantly in a state of flux, negotiating between the past and present.
Until now, the trial, which addresses Norway’s worst peacetime atrocity, has been calm and civil, with few sharp exchanges.
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik refused to answer questions in court Wednesday.
A psychiatric report has declared Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik sane.
Because Mr. Breivik was declared to be in a psychotic state at the time of the attack, prosecutors are seeking a sentence of compulsory mental care, rather than imprisonment.
Mr. Breivik appeared in court for a final custody hearing dressed in a dark suit, composed and smiling subtly.