Yesterday, Keith Ellison went on WCCO Sunday Morning with Esme Murphy to explain his (preliminary) support for a military strike against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.SEE ALSO: Keith Ellison: "Let's say that the war on drugs is over" [INTERVIEW]Ellison made clear during the intervie ... More >>
Brian Vander Lee was talking loudly on his phone while sitting with friends and family on the patio at Tanners bar in Andover around 7 p.m. Saturday night when a man walked up to him and asked him to quiet down.Surveillance footage shows that just seconds later, the man waylaid Vander Lee, sending h ... More >>
It looks like America's Got Talent favorite Tim Poe is a bit of a con artist. According to a statement issued by the Minnesota National Guard yesterday, Poe was not injured by a grenade while serving in Afghanistan in 2009 as the singer claimed on the popular TV show Monday night. Poe indeed served ... More >>
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The Pioneer Press cedes control of pioneerplanet.com to the mother ship
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