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'Cow Tipping in the Dark' sparks non-profit idea from Waseca native

Bright ideas sometimes come along in surprise ways. Bryan Boyce, the executive director of the non-profit Cow Tipping Press, is yet another Waseca native that's gone on to do great things. And he’s do... read more

Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures

Earlier this year, the realms of law and new media collided when Lori Drew was hit with federal charges for creating a fake MySpace page and harassing a neighboring teenager, who then committed suicid... read more

Child slavery and chocolate: All too easy to find

Abdul says all he’s given is a little food, the torn clothes on his back, and an occasional tip from the farmer ... But Yacou hasn’t spent a single day in school, and he has no idea how to leave the f... read more

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Jews reach breaking point over Mormons victimizing Holocaust victims

because it's anti-religious people who have been persecuting Jews for 5,000 years. Not Christians. Not Muslims. Not Roman and Middle-Eastern state religions. No, it's atheists and agnostics, that 5% o... read more


A.M. Links: Fiscal Cliff Deal Unlikely Before Christmas, U.S. Will Keep Troops in Afghanistan, Too Early To Fear North Korean-Triggered Armaggedon

Lactaid had to wait a bit. John McAfee arrived in Miami after being deported from Guatemala, which he entered when fleeing Belize. It's better than watching Amazing Race. Have a news tip for us? Send ... read more

The Speech: How Did He Do?

Obama's speech was more substance than style; more specifics than rhetorical flourish. The Illinois senator even directly rebutted the idea -- advanced by John McCain's campaign -- that he is more cel... read more

THIS is why we invest in science. This.

Every day — every single day, it seems — I see a note on Twitter, or get email, or hear someone on TV asking why we bother spending so much money on NASA. Billions of dollars! We should be spending th... read more

Complex Issues & Public Outrage

This week on the JOURNAL, Bill Moyers spoke with two journalists from the progressive magazine MOTHER JONES about Wall Street’s power over Washington and why the public isn’t demanding more regulation ... read more

'He's still here.' And other revelations in the Harrington case

How did Morgan's body end up in a cow pasture 10 miles away ... in that area– and recalled yet another unusual behavior for a young woman alone on a dark rainy night. "She curtsied," says Cappuzzo, bu... read more

A day in the life of the world's busiest airport

"As long as he doesn't start eating it, ma'am, it's not such a bad idea. Maybe ... more that we didn't help. The airport is so big." In Colladay's first shift at the airport, he helped a woman who was ... read more

Stories for January 2014

updated: 01/31/2014 4:47 p.m. Zachary Holly's murder trial was postponed until July 29 in Benton County Circuit Court this morning. updated: 01/31/2014 10:18 a.m. A Duson, La., man pleaded not guilty ... read more

VUToday 2016

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