Would you like some cream cheese and mouse droppings wontons?SEE ALSO:-- Delta serves needle sandwiches on Amsterdam-MSP flight-- Semen-filled cupcake scandal rocks St. Paul's Como Park High SchoolAccording to testimony at yesterday's Minneapolis Regulatory, Energy & Environment City Council Com ... More >>
Is this man too controversial for China?Bob Dylan hasn't given up on China. A year after refusing Dylan permission to play tour dates in Shanghai and Beijing, China's Ministry of Culture is reviewing an application for the Minnesota-born folk singer to schedule two shows in the country this ... More >>
Bachmann looked at the right camera this time.Conservatives in Washington, D.C., got a full dose of Rep. Michele Bachmann with their morning coffee today. She kicked off her CPAC keynote address by lampooning her inability to look at the right camera for her State of the Union speech, slagged Ba ... More >>
Mee Moua joins the international outcry over the fate of 4,000 Hmong forced to return to Laos.
In an age of propaganda and over-blown threats, it’s nice to just have a normal conversation every once in a while. This seems to be the sentiment behind the Citizens League and 89.3 The Current’s ‘Policy and a Pint’ series.
Karen immigrants describe their harrowing journeys from the brutality of Burma to sanctuary in St. Paul
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UK journalists boycott Yahoo, hackers shut down Sweden's national police web site, the Justice Department wants to see your browsing history, the Jackass guys are back, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Sen. Norm Coleman has backed away from earlier accusations that Australian officials were involved in or sought to cover up suspected illicit payments to the regime of ex-Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein by AWB, the main exporter of food to Iraq in the 1990s.
THESE DAYS The Republican State Committee of Pennsylvania said last week it filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission questioning the legality of an ad campaign by The Scranton Times-Tribune that names senatorial candidate Bob Casey Jr. in a faux headline. The ongoing and expanding po ... More >>
THESE DAYS Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf joined the Bush administration's war on terrorism and publicly turned against the Taliban immediately after the Sept. 11 attacks. But Afghan officials allege that Taliban and allied fighters who fled to Pakistan after the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanis ... More >>
Last month, after Bush called Jong-il a "tyrant," the North Korean leader spat back: "Bush is a hooligan bereft of any personality...He is a half-baked man...and a philistine." In another newspaper quarrel today, Jong-il responded to Cheney's claims that he is "irresponsible and runs a police stat ... More >>
New films from Hong Kong and mainland China stoke the fires of discontent
A collection of photographs, China: Fifty Years Inside the People's Republic, spurs Chinese immigrants to take a great leap backward into the nation's past
Bill Clinton's Indonesian connection brought him campaign cash in exchange for influence--and continued inaction on the country's notorious human rights abuses.