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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Mesaba Saab turboprop aircraftUnions approve new contracts with Mesaba Aviation
    About 1,000 pilots, flight attendants and mechanics are covered by the contracts, which took nearly a year to reach and brought the unions to the brink of a strike.7:20 a.m.
  • Twin Cities Ford plant signFord workers make tough decisions
    Monday night was the deadline for 1,700 St. Paul Ford workers to choose whether to stay on until the plant closes in 2008 or accept one of as many as eight buyout options. Two workers made different decisions, and have very different feelings about leaving Ford Motor Co.7:25 a.m.

National Public Radio Stories

  • U.S. Pushes NATO for More Help in Afghanistan
    Afghanistan tops the agenda as the NATO summit opens in Riga, Latvia. President Bush is expected to push European allies for more soldiers and increased spending. In particular, Germany has been under intense international pressure to expand operations in Afghanistan.
  • Pope Benedict Begins Sensitive Visit to Turkey
    Amid massive security, Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Turkey for a four-day visit aimed at mending religious fences with Orthodox Christians and the nation's majority Muslims. The pope was met at the airport by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan as Erdogan left Turkey to attend the NATO summit in Latvia.
  • Tobacco Barns: Stately Relics of a Bygone Era
    The tobacco crop is quickly disappearing from the farm fields of Kentucky. But tobacco barns, in various states of repair, stand proudly on the landscape as icons of family farming.
  • Sudanese Leader Rejects Genocide Claim
    Sudan's president has denied that genocide is occurring in Darfur. President Omar al-Bashir accused the media of getting the story wrong during a rare video conference Monday with reporters from around the world. He also made it clear that he will seek to limit any United Nations role in Darfur.
  • 'Carbon Offset' Business Takes Root
    The promise of the growing "carbon-offset" business is a carbon-neutral imprint for individuals through investment in green technologies, or even trees. But does buying a carbon offset for your gas-guzzler really make it carbon neutral?
  • Moscow Chokes on Growing Traffic Problems
    There used to be a limited number of cars in the former Soviet Union. But now that Moscow is reaping windfall profits from high oil prices, the Russian capital is now overwhelmed with traffic. And conditions are only expected to get deteriorate.
  • Economic Numbers Drive Stocks Down
    The stock market was off sharply on Monday. Investors reacted to a variety of numbers, including a report on weak November sales at Wal-Mart, a rise in oil prices and a weakening dollar.
  • Strong Currencies Drive Europeans to Visit the U.S.
    Currency exchange rates between Europe and the United States strongly favor Europe. That has made foreigners especially eager to visit the U.S. this holiday season.
  • Cape Cod School Erects its Own Wind Turbine
    Cape Cod residents have differing opinions about a massive, offshore wind farm proposed for the area. But one local school is taking a cue from the proposal and is erecting its own wind turbine.
  • Bush Arrives to a Warm Welcome in the Baltics
    President Bush was warmly welcomed Tuesday at the presidential palace in Estonia. He became the first sitting U.S. president to visit the small Baltic nation, before reaching his primary destination: the NATO summit in Latvia.

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