The weeHouse comes to Linden Hills A tree-lined street in the Linden Hills neighborhood of Minneapolis just got a new neighbor. A house featuring a revolutionary design arrived on Ewing Street on the back of a truck.7:19 a.m.
Dentists visit schools to help low-income kids Thousands of children in St. Paul will get free or low-cost dental checkups this year. The care doesn't come from a government program, but from a partnership between businesses and nonprofit groups.7:54 a.m.
Medical Care Often Inaccessible to Disabled Patients
A lot of medical equipment requires that patients stand or climb, activities that people with disabilities often can't do. As a result, people with disabilities sometimes skip routine exams or aren't examined properly.
Iraqi Refugees Begin to Arrive in Atlanta
More than 4 million people have fled their homes in Iraq since the war began. Washington had said it would allow about 7,000 to enter the U.S. by the end of September. Two families who recently arrived in Atlanta are among the first Iraqis who have made it.
Petraeus: U.S. Must 'Do the Math' on Iraq Troops
Gen. David Petraeus says U.S. troop levels in Iraq should be further reduced after mid-2008, when they are expected to return to pre-"surge" levels of about 130,000. But he tells NPR that U.S. commanders are still assessing how deep the cuts should be.
Tally of Sectarian Deaths in Iraq Questioned
Gen. David Petraeus cited specific numbers to highlight U.S. military success in Iraq. But skeptics are suspicious of the declining totals he reported on victims of sectarian violence, saying the figures do not account for all victims.
Putin Makes Surprise Pick for Russian Premier
Russian President Vladimir Putin picks a relatively unknown government official to be the country's new prime minister. The surprise nomination of Victor Zubkov leads to speculation about Putin's ultimate motives.
New Case of Foot-And-Mouth Disease Hits Britain
Confirmation of a new case of foot-and-mouth disease has sent shockwaves across Britain's farming community. Four days ago the government declared it had successfully eradicated the highly contagious disease. Now there's a national ban on the movement of cattle, sheep and pigs.
Trial Begins for Polygamist Warren Jeffs
The trial of Warren Jeffs, the leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, is under way in southern Utah. The church is the nation's largest polygamist sect. The trial centers on the arranged marriage of an allegedly unwilling teen to her cousin.
'Red List' Sheds Light on Species Extinction Crisis
Scientists have released an updated list of the world's most endangered plants and animals. It's called the Red List and among other things, it shows that gorillas, Asian crocodiles and coral reefs are in a lot of trouble.
China's Sany to Open U.S. Business in Georgia
The Chinese manufacturer Sany says it will move jobs to the U.S., opening a plant for heavy construction equipment outside Atlanta. Sany's vertical concrete pumps are common at high-rise construction sites in the U.S.
Treasury Chief Urges Refinancing for Homeowners
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson urges large mortgage companies to help homeowners by refinancing their loans. Many homeowners face steep increases in their mortgage payments, putting them at risk of losing their homes.