Today, Comcast, the largest cable and high-speed internet service provider in Minnesota and the U.S., announced that it plans to buy Time Warner Cable, the nation's second-largest cable provider, for just over $45 billion.RELATED: Al Franken rips into FCC approval of Comcast-NBC mergerBut that news ... More >>
Hoteliers will decide for themselves whether they want to offer guests degrading porn on pay-per-view channels. If they don't, state employees can do business with them.
Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan, and Jason Lee star
In a Top 100 list, she's one spot below CNN's former anti-immigration anchor, Lou Dobbs.
Are we finally wising up?
There are a lot of inappropriate (and illegal) things that happen behind hotel room doors. But is watching pay-per-view porn one of them?
When little Susie wants to see when Hannah Montana would be on the Disney channel, she might stumble across an even better option for her afternoon viewing pleasure: Busty Virgins.
Minneapolis has settled its lawsuits with Time Warner Cable. But the city may still be out to gut local cable-access programming.
'Henri Langlois' doesn't just preach to the converted
The first disaster was the hurricane. The second was the federal government's response.
Vidiot savant Joe Bob Briggs drops some scary science for Halloween
More public art for the Red Bull and Doritos set
Politicians get ready to reboot telecommunications law
Minneapolis settles its spat with Paragon--and gears up for another
In St. Paul and its suburbs, an unlikely coalition battles telecom giant AT&T
Are city officials and Paragon Cable turning Minneapolis into a bandwidth backwater?
Public television has become a dumping ground for political hacks and a source of endless Britcom reruns. Increasing its appropriation now would only be throwing good money after bad.
Rising repression means escalating tensions at Oak Park Heights, the state's only maximum-security prison.