After President Trump's Online Ouster, What Is The Future Of Social Media?Some experts say part of the reason the tech companies waited until now to limit President Trump is due to a fear of regulation from the government.
How Does The 25th Amendment Work?The 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified in 1967, following the assassination of President Kennedy. It not only more clearly determines the Presidential line of succession, but also what happens if a President is incapacitated in office.
What Do You Need To Know About Radon? Good QuestionRadon is a gas that’s found in the soil. People can’t see it or smell it and it can be drawn up into home through the cracks, gaps or openings in a foundation.
What Do Families Need To Know About Kids, Masks And Sports?Youth sports have started back up in Minnesota on Monday with some changes.
What Does 'Auld Lang Syne' Mean?It's a song that's synonymous with New Year's: Auld Lang Syne. Even if you don’t know the words, you certainly know the tune.
Good Question: How Is The Economy Doing?As 2020 comes to a close, WCCO asked three economists to share their insights on how the economy is doing.
Good Question: Why Are Red And Green The Colors Of Christmas?This time of year, we see beautiful decorations in stores, in our homes, on our streets — and two colors tend to dominate the decor.
How Do Poinsettias Get Their Crazy Array Of Colors?The poinsettia comes in a dizzying array of colors, more than roses or daisies or virtually anything else.
Is It Safe For People Who Recovered From COVID To See Family During The Holidays? Good QuestionKelsey from Chanhassen said she had COVID in October and has since recovered. She wanted to know: “Is it safe for me to see family members who also recently had COVID?
The COVID Vaccine: Separating Fact From FictionMisinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine is spreading on social media. WCCO asks Dr. Nathan Chomilo to debunk some common myths circulating online.
COVID Vaccine (MN): Can Institutions Or Places Require Immunization?Health leaders are encouraging Minnesotans to get the COVID-19 vaccine when becomes available. It won’t be mandatory, but can institutions or places require people to get it?
Why Do People Give Each Other Gifts? Good QuestionThursday is the first night of Hanukkah, a Jewish holiday often known as the festival of lights. With it comes a number of rituals and traditions, but it’s only been over the past century in North America that gift-giving has become associated with Hanukkah.
How Serious Are The Side Effects For The COVID Vaccine?According to Pfizer’s data, 66% of participants experienced pain at the injection site after the second dose, 60% reported fatigue, 52% headaches, 35% chills and 2% vomiting.
Can The Sun Give Us Enough Vitamin D In The Winter?For the first time in two and half weeks, the sun came out on Tuesday -- but was it enough to get us the vitamin D we need?
Who Decides A School's History Curriculum? Good QuestionIn recent months, there's been a national discussion about history and what our children do and don't learn in the classrooms. Right now, the state of Minnesota is looking closely at those questions.