4 Things To Know: Democrats' Sit-In, UK's EU Vote & MoreFrom the democratic sit-in for gun control measures to the United Kingdom's European Union vote, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, June 23.
Best Golf Courses In The UKA brief profile of five of the best and most famous golf courses in the world, including the location for the first recorded game of modern golf
4 Things To Know: Search Called Off For Marines, East Coast Braces For Storm, Colorful Clothes & MoreFrom the search being called off for 12 missing Marines in Hawaii to a major snowstorm headed for the east coast, here's a look at the top four stories to know about for Jan. 20, 2016.
4 Things To Know: New ISIS Video, Weighing In For Weight LossThese are the top stories you need to know about from Monday, Jan. 4. They include a reason you shouldn't fear the bathroom scale, and the opening of new MnPASS lanes in St. Paul.
Working Abroad: Countries With Easily Obtainable Work VisasA look at five countries with easily obtainable work visas for Americans
Good Question: How Many Nuclear Weapons Still Exist?The United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima 70 years ago Thursday. Estimates of causalities were anywhere between 90,000 and 160,000 people. It was the first nuclear weapon ever used, at a time when the United States was the only country with that capability. All of that has changed.
Surgery-Free Appendicitis Treatment Growing In PopularityThe appendectomy is one of the most common emergency surgeries in the United States. There's a 10 percent chance you will have, or already have had, one.
Good Question: Where Do Our Immigrants Come From?Some Republicans don't want the President, among other things, to grant legal status to undocumented parents who have children born in the U.S. Where do our immigrants come from? And, how have those groups changed over time? Good Questions.
News Click: Scotland Vote
Movie Blog: Walker Presents Best British Ads Of 2013Just as there are people who love tuning into Super Bowl just to see what outlandish ways Dorito's and Budweiser are going to advertise their products, there are many in the Twin Cities who annually look forward to trekking out to the Walker to pay for the privilege of watching commercials for an hour and a half.
Vikings Brought American Football To UK In 1983Up until August 6, 1983, television was the only place the British had seen American football. Today, the NFL is more popular in England than ever, with an estimated 11.3 million British fans. But back then, the idea wasn't popular with Vikings coach Bud Grant.
London Losers: Britain Welcomes Winless Vikes, SteelersThe NFL is back in London boasting the star power of Adrian Peterson and Ben Roethlisberger. Trouble is, their teams have nothing to brag about. The Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers are both 0-3 heading into Sunday's game at Wembley Stadium.