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MPR News Reflections and observations on the news
Archives for November 2011
There’s no limit, apparently, to who banks will foreclose upon, but at least in Atlanta, there’s a limit for the people who actually have to do the dirty work.
Is Tim Tebow too openly Christian for the NFL and its sportswriters?
A single-mother who didn’t want a mortgage builds a home out of a shipping container.
‘I’m fine.’ There, you know how to speak like a Minnesotan, then.
You can’t cash gratitude, the last Vietnam soldier in North Dakota, stealing stuff for Christmas, privacy and the secrets you tell the government, and an interview with Temple Grandin.
Spend a few hours with Marnita Schroedl, and you’ll start thinking that if we could get 5 million people into her Minneapolis home, the state wouldn’t have a problem left to solve
Two years ago, a panel said women in their 40s don’t need mammograms. Today, another panel says they do.
Following up the ‘Letter to the East Coast.’
Readjusting to an academic life, a response to the Strib’s Target editorial, why is recycling so hard, the afternoon Aurora, and the knock-off Stradivarius.
Herman Cain’s attorney says the media right to report ends at his client’s bedroom door.
Downtown Saint Paul’s ice rink has opened for the season.
Downtown Saint Paul remains the Bermuda Triangle of retail.
The Massachusetts Democrat announces his retirement.
If you’re stopped for one reason, can a police officer expand the investigation into actions that had nothing to do with why he/she pulled you over?