Cities across the country are looking for ways to curb their pigeon populations. Do the birds deserve to be run out of town or are they simply victims of bad press?
When it comes to fashion, knits and denim are so last year. These days it's all about corn and bamboo.
Here comes Peter Cottontail. But why?
Sure, bacteria can make us sick. But they also make us who we are. And we couldn't live without them.
Minnesotans may not be able to buy wine in grocery stores. But at least they're allowed to swallow the Shiraz and Chardonnay at wine tastings -- unlike the residents of Utah.
Minnesotans buy cars from Japan, clothes from Bangladesh, and salmon from Switzerland. But it's the sale of foreign-made flags that seems to have grabbed the attention of state lawmakers.
This week marks the fourth anniversary of the Iraq war. What do four years of fighting really add up to?
Extending daylight saving time was promoted as a way for the nation to save energy. But some say our extra hours of sunshine are really fueling the golf industry and the companies who make candy.
Some artists like to focus on birds and flowers. Others prefer classic cityscapes. Marcia Cummings spends her days drawing pictures of rapists and murderers.
March is a month of Shamrock Shakes and Lent-inspired fish fries. But it's also a time to celebrate scrapbooking, eye donation and frozen food.
What's the proper way to spit out food you find too repulsive to swallow? That's just one of the many questions answered in a popular Twin Cities etiquette class.
The government wants Americans to embrace its new dollar coins. Would a more creative design result in more bang for the buck?
Attention Minnesota minors: Now might be your last chance to get that tongue piercing you've been wanting.
Bookshelves across the country are stocked with the writings of White House wannabes. Is it possible to be a viable presidential candidate these days without being a published author?
We have categories to help us gauge the destructiveness of hurricanes. And we have an index that tells us if our body mass is too massive. Now we have a system to rate the killing power of bird flu outbreaks.