The U.S. Senate may have 100 members, but only one, Al Franken, has really made his opinion known on the recent cable and telecommunications mergers, bashing the deals between giants like Comcast, Time Warner, and Sprint. While other senators may be holding back, Franken has repeatedly hammered the ... More >>
Look out, Punch Pizza. PizzaRev, a new Chipotle-style pizza joint hailing from California, will open its first Minnesota location in Hopkins on May 14. PizzaRev offers quick, make-your-own pizzas at a lower price than Punch, but whether it stands up in quality remains to be seen. See also: Viking ... More >>
Michael Karkoc's Nazi history and possible involvement in wartime atrocities is obviously no laughing matter, but with the aid of 70 years of history and 140 characters, tweeters have been having some fun with the hard to believe news that a Third Reich military commander has been living quietly amo ... More >>
Moorhead resident Dustin Muscha now faces up to 80 years in prison, but he might still be a free man if he hadn't lost his phone at a Carrie Underwood concert in Fargo last September.SEE ALSO: Rory Koch was busted for child porn possession while running for Ramsey County commissionerMuscha's phone, ... More >>
Cat-meme lovers unite for a meowing—or wowing—first-ever event
Even America's greatest living filmmaker doesn't think celluloid has a future
University of Minnesota wrestling coach J Robinson's to-do list this season: win big ten championship. Win national title. Put stranglehold on the growth of women's athletics.
Minneapolis schools upgrade their phone systems--and none too soon
Celebrating the Fourth with the wild, the innocent, and the impeccably attired
Sprint's latest ad campaign promises CALLERS WHO SWITCH first crack at Rolling Stones tickets. The ads don't mention that customers have to sign up before they can see the deal's fine print.
Democrats and Republicans are happily engaged in a folie à deux to forestall any real congressional probe into campaign finances