What Do We Know About Holiday COVID Safety? Good QuestionSince the spring, we've learned so much more about COVID-19. Unfortunately, the virus is now running rampant during a season usually celebrated with family and friends.
What Went Wrong With The Political Polls For The 2020 Election?Going into the 2020 presidential election, several polls made it seem like Democrat Joe Biden had the race all locked up. But in many states, those numbers didn't pan out.
How Can Minnesota Pull Off Mass-Testing By Thanksgiving? Good QuestionMDH is also recommending all Minnesotans between the ages of 18 to 35 get tested, especially if they are visiting friends and family over Thanksgiving. Even those people haven’t had a known close contact or aren’t showing symptoms, MDH is recommending a test.
Data Shows Pfizer's COVID Vaccine To Be 90% Effective - But What Does That Mean?Data suggests Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective in preventing the novel coronavirus -- but what exactly does that mean?
Do Recounts Historically Alter The Outcome Of A Race? Good QuestionIn Minnesota state races, there have been 27 recounts since 2000.
Good Question: How Exactly Is Your Vote Counted?Whether you voted by mail or in person this year, all ballots end up the same place. So what happens once they're sent into the machine?
Where Do Our Halloween Traditions Come From? Good QuestionWhile we may celebrate Halloween differently this year, many traditions remain. Like scary pumpkins, and snacking on candy. So how did those traditions start? Good Question.
What Is The Timeline For Choosing A U.S. President? Good QuestionFor decades, there has been intense political debate about how Americans elect the President.  It’s done by the Electoral College, which was established in Article II, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution.
What Is 'COVID Fatigue' And How Do We Overcome It? Good QuestionIt's been more than 200 days since Minnesota schools first closed due to COVID.  As winter approaches and cases rise, health officials warn the effects of the pandemic are wearing on us.
How Are Absentee Ballots Counted?The Minnesota Secretary of State is reporting that more than 900,000 Minnesotans have already cast their ballots.
Does October Snow Tell Us Anything About The Upcoming Winter? Good QuestionOn Tuesday, the Twin Cities is expecting its first measurable snowfall for the season -- that’s early. So, can the October snow tell us anything about the upcoming winter?