Republican Rep. Aaron Schock of Illinois, dogged about irregularities in his campaign finance and congressional spending accounts, suddenly announced on Tuesday that he would resign his House seat at the end of the month.
In the wake of the growing controversy over her late husband’s memoir, the widow of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle has decided to stay out of the limelight. Taya Kyle has called off a number of interviews that were scheduled this week.
A number of political observers and politicians alike took umbrage with a Minnesota politician’s response to news of the death of comedian and actor Robin Williams.
Former Gov. Jesse Ventura’s defamation trial had a day off in St. Paul federal court Friday after a week of surprising revelations. Among them, Ventura testified in court that he doesn’t know if he’s controversial, or if he says anything provocative.
The University of North Dakota is taking heat over shirts students choose to wear over the weekend which some are calling flat-out racist. A group of students photographed themselves wearing the shirts and posted them online.
Legislative Republicans pressed Monday for a speedy resolution to a controversy over a proposed Senate office building, making clear they oppose its construction. Several GOP lawmakers said the state should make do with the space it has, and reconfigure Capitol renovation plans if necessary.
A group photograph showing soldiers clowning around an empty, flag-draped casket has sparked a furor on Facebook, in military chat rooms and other social media where people say it’s disrespectful of veterans and those killed in action.
General Mills’ Super Bowl commercial was ranked among audiences ten favorite ads from Sunday evening. The ad for Cheerios brought back the fictional interracial family who first appeared in a commercial last year.
Cheerios is bringing back an interracial family to star in its Super Bowl ad. They were featured in an ad last year that made headlines after it sparked ugly comments online. But the negative remarks were followed by an outpouring of support for the fictional family.
A store in Duluth caused an uproar by having a special sale for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A sign at Global Village read “MLK Day sale, 25% off everything black.” The store also posted the sale on Facebook, drawing angry comments from across the country.
The head coach of the Marshfield High School dance team has been fired after the team performed to an edited version of Robin Thicke’s popular but racy hit “Blurred Lines.”
No one disagrees that it is one of the best orchestras in the world. For nearly a year they have been locked out by the Minnesota Orchestra Board. The Orchestra’s renowned conductor Osmo Vanska has […]
Asian-Americans in the Twin Cities have a chance to discuss an upcoming production of the musical “Miss Saigon.” Mu Performing Arts will host a public “Conversation Around ‘Miss Saigon'” Monday night at the UBS Forum at Minnesota Public Radio headquarters in downtown St. Paul.
KDWB-FM radio host Dave Ryan is feeling the heat of controversy after he poked fun at several Minnesota schools on Twitter. While the series of tweets had some people laughing, the Minnesota Department of Education was not amused.
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Here is a sampling of memorable statements made by U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, who announced Wednesday she wouldn’t seek a fifth term in Congress.
The internet is buzzing over a JCPenney billboard. Does this teapot look like Hitler? Twitter and Reddit users seem to think so. Share your opinion on our Facebook page. Check out the billboard and tweets […]
Woman has her guide dog put down and buried with her. The family is now facing major backlash. Check out the story.
Victoria Secret has a new product that is likely not going to go over well with parents.
Former Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch joins Chad. Why is she talking now? Find out.
Staying friends during the political season can be challenging, especially if you share different views as your friends. One popular place people are post their thoughts on topics or candidates is on social media websites like Facebook and Twitter.
If you know anyone who’s a Packers fan, you might want to steer clear of them on Tuesday.
Spectator at the Olympics does what a lot of people would do if someone seated in front of you kept standing and blocking your view. Only problem, that person is the father of American gymnast […]
An Islamic Community Center is one step closer to moving into a Plymouth neighborhood, but not everyone in town is happy about it.
Marcus Bachmann talked with the Star Tribune about the accusations that his clinic is doing a controversial “gay-repair” therapy. Read the article. John Becker from Truth Wins Out joins Chad on Friday.