Unfortunately Norm Coleman is on the losing side of an extremely long and dirty fight for a U.S. Senate seat. So instead of looking forward, Coleman continues to look back and find people to blame for the embarrassing spot he finds himself in.
Just days before Election Day comes a pesky lawsuit filed in Texas that alleges Coleman's wife, Laurie, received $75,000 courtesy of "suitgate" chum Nasser Kazeminy.
A statement from Northwest Airlines in today's Star Tribune takes the paper to task. It's looooong on details and technical jargon and probably intended to look like a laundry list of errors made by the reporters, but to be so dull and impenetrable that most readers won't absorb anything other than ... More >>
DC-9 engine shoots flames; takeoff aborted The Associated Press reports that a Northwest flight from Minneapolis to Minot returned to the gate this morning after an aborted takeoff. "It was basically just an engine failure," airport spokesman Pat Hogan explained, in what might turn out to be the un ... More >>
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