Minnesota sports have been in a bad state, and a new analysis pours salt on the wound.
An article in the Atlantic Magazine praising Minneapolis for its high employment, prosperity and affordable housing is under attack. The Washington Post responded with an article asking the question, “If Minneapolis is so great, why is it so bad for African Americans?”
The whole WCCO team is pretty proud of one of our own Wednesday. Pat Kessler was just named one of the best political reporters in the country by the Washington Post’s influential and popular blog – The Fix.
From curved televisions to connected cars, this year’s Consumer Electronics Show has all the latest tech trends. But what you won’t find much about is the traditional personal computer. That prompted a blogger with the Washington Post to declare: “The PC is dead.”
You are what you drink
A little visit to Iowa by Sen. Amy Klobuchar has news outlets from CNN to ABC speculating she is considering a run for President of the United States. Klobuchar is brushing off the talk insisting she loves her current job. But the buzz is not likely to subside. Emily’s List has her on their list of potential candidates.
When it comes to political reporting in Minnesota, readers told a Washington blog to look no further than our very own Pat Kessler.
Friday marked two years since President Barack Obama signed the health care reform law, and during this election year, the controversy surrounding it is far from over.
YouTube released a list of it’s Top 10 videos of 2010 today (yes, Greyson Chance made the list), and we’ve got a link with all the videos.
Jeff Stein, Spy Talk column, Washington Post