Minnesota Public Radio Stories
Teen in alleged Waseca plot pleads not guilty Prosecutors say the teenager outlined his plan for a school attack in a 180-page journal. He was arrested at a storage locker that authorities say contained bomb-making materials, and had numerous guns in his room. 5:23 p.m.
Medical marijuana bill backers weigh paths to Dayton's pen Gov. Mark Dayton has made it clear that he favors the more restrictive version passed by the Minnesota House last week. Dayton said Monday that he's concerned about the Senate provision on to authorize patients to vaporize marijuana. 5:52 p.m.
National Public Radio Stories
For Geithner, Financial Crisis Was Like Landing A Burning Plane
Former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner received mixed reviews of his performance during the financial crisis. In his new book, he says he did what was required to "keep the lights on."
Out Of Maryland, A Cry For Nigeria: 'Bring Back Our Girls!'
The abduction of more than 250 Nigerian schoolgirls has resonated with families in Maryland, home to one of the largest Nigerian-American communities in the U.S.
Album Review: 'Afropolitan Dreams'
Rapper Blitz the Ambassador hails from Ghana, but he has lately made New York City his home. This juxtaposition of continents and cultures has infused his beats with a wide range of sounds.
When Drones Leap Into U.S. Airspace, Attention Turns To Herding Them
If drones are ever going to fly safely near manned airplanes, these unmanned craft will need to sense and avoid objects and danger. But the FAA's next generation of radar may not be up to the task.
As Drones Fly In Cities And Yards, So Do The Complaints
As the price of drones drops, more people are playing around with them in their cities and neighborhoods. This doesn't sit well with a lot of Americans. Are they just paranoid?
'Past The Point Of No Return:' An Antarctic Ice Sheet's Slow Collapse
NASA held a press conference to discuss the stability of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and its potential contribution to future sea level rise. The researchers announced that the ice sheet's collapse is both underway and unstoppable.
Apology, Defense And Defiance: The Sterlings Speak Out
Banned Los Angeles Clippers owners Donald Sterling and his wife, Shelly, have conducted separate television interviews.
After Draft Pick, Sam Poised To Become NFL's First Openly Gay Player
Former University of Missouri defensive end Michael Sam was selected by the St. Louis Rams, making Sam the first openly gay player to be drafted in the NFL. Cyd Zeigler, the co-founder of OutSports, explains more.
In Two Eastern Ukraine Provinces, Bold Steps Toward Independence
Two regions of eastern Ukraine, Donetsk and Luhansk, voted Sunday on referendums for self-rule. Separatists in Donetsk announced overwhelming support for independence.
Why One Donetsk Resident Stayed Home On Referendum Day
When separatists in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk held a referendum on independence, marketing manager Yuliya Kubanova stayed home. Kubanova explains her decision and the state of her city.
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