New movies raise existential questions in more ways than one This weekend the Oak Street Cinema in Minneapolis will showcase new films by two local film makers. "Fade" and "There nor there" are both dramas which explore the philosophical side of the human experience.
The films share some striking similarities - but only to a point.7:24 a.m.
My Jewish Grandpa's Triumph At Hitler's Olympics
Reporter Carrie Kahn grew up thinking that her Jewish grandfather, Sam Balter, had proudly marched before Hitler in 1936 as part of the first-ever Olympic basketball team. Though his gold medal is real, the truth, she'd learn, was slightly different.
Airfares Hover Below True Cost Of Flying
As U.S. airlines continue to face record losses due to the escalating cost of fuel, some carriers are beginning to consider what was once deemed a last resort — raising airfares.
A Summer Job, A Lifelong Romance
When Walter Sonneborn took a two-month job as a physician at a summer resort, it changed his life. There, he met Babette, whose grandparents owned the Adirondacks hotel that hired him. Soon, they were inseparable.
Ivins Attorney: Government's Case Is 'Speculation'
The U.S. government released evidence this week in its case against Bruce Ivins, who killed himself last month after he learned he would be charged in the 2001 anthrax mailing attacks. The prosecution presented its arguments in a news conference instead of a courtroom, which left Ivins' attorney, Paul Kemp, unsatisfied.
Anthrax Case Hinges On Circumstantial Evidence
Attorneys on both sides of the FBI's case against microbiologist Bruce Ivins acknowledge much of the evidence is circumstantial, though they disagree as to whether that would have been enough to convict him.
Sweden Requires Fuel-Efficient Driving Lessons
Sweden is known as an eco-friendly country — except when it comes to people's preference for big cars with gas-guzzling engines. In order to meet carbon dioxide emissions standards set by the European Union, Sweden is requiring motorists to learn to drive with greater care toward fuel efficiency.
U.S. Could Continue Holding Bin Laden Driver
Salim Hamdan, who served as a driver for Osama bin Laden, was sentenced to 5 1/2 years in prison by a U.S. military jury in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. With credit for time served, he may be eligible for release by the end of the year. But the government could continue holding him.
Pakistan Government Moves To Impeach Musharraf
Pakistan's governing coalition says it is beginning proceedings to impeach President Pervez Musharraf. The move adds to pressure on Musharraf to resign, but there is no guarantee that the coalition can muster the votes needed for the impeachment to proceed.