In a New York Times Magazine essay, Chuck Klosterman calms your nagging voice that says it's unethical to watch the sport even though you have problems with it.
You probably don't have to wonder whether your local Home Depot store was one of the ones where credit card information was stolen by, presumably, Russian hackers. It was, Brian Krebs, the online security expert says.
The Minnesota court today overturned a lower court ruling that tossed out the blood drawn from Derek Stavish of Sartell, who was driving drunk in June 2012, and crashed his truck, killing an occupant.
Two women and 11 children were among those who died at the hands of government forces so we could have decent working conditions. It was the Ludlow Massacre.
Especially in his frenetic appearances on late-night TV, it was difficult watching Robin Williams. Anyone who has battled depression or had a loved one tortured by it knew that his genius came from a dark place. Depression and genius sometimes goes hand in hand and the challenge to those who fight the illness is dampening one without curtailing the other.
"The two players who were trying to defeat [Rory] McIlroy extended him the ultimate courtesy that in the end helped him beat them," USA Today's Christine Brennan writes of last night's PGA championship.
Protesters confronted police in Ferguson, Mo., where a police officer shot to death an unarmed teen who allegedly had struggled with the officer.
The four year old daughter, Raudhatul, was swept onto an island, found by a fisherman, and raised with the name Winni by the fisherman's mother.
"In the current era of partisan gamesmanship and governmental gridlock, it's understandably difficult to comprehend what a genuine constitutional crisis feels like," David Hawkings writes on his Roll Call blog.
Twin Cities comedian Mike Brody protests Kevin Love's trade to Cleveland.
"We're proud to be part of a community that does not tolerate this kind of humor," Christopher Johnson, the Center's executive director, said.
The Duluth News Tribune reports that administrators are considering a philosophical shift away from closing schools for the entire day when there's a storm -- they lost 8 days of school last year -- and, instead, start school two hours late.
Daniel Sarles doesn't consider himself a "biking guy," at least by Minneapolis standards in which bicycling is a religion. "I liked biking, but that wasn't my main mode of transportation before. It's an upgrade and a commitment to living with a bike."
Sometimes the world just needs a little video of a surfing pig.
Becky Hammon is in her final season -- her 16th -- with the WNBA San Antonio Stars and will move to the NBA team coaching staff for the upcoming season.