Selecting the right tree for the Christmas holiday takes dressing properly for the winter elements, having the right tool for the job and knowing what type of tree is the best fit for each home.
Elders living with dementia and other forms memory loss are expressing themselves creatively with the help of the Alzheimer's Poetry Project of Minnesota.
The number of homes entering foreclosure or repossession by lenders has fallen to levels not seen in more than six years, according to new data from RealtyTrac.
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President Barack Obama hit hurtles when trying to enact policy regarding the environment and the Plan B pill.
Now that the website is working better, how is the ACA performing?
As part of our series on authors of young adult novels, Matt de la Pena joins us to talk about his latest thriller.
Research from Stanford University released earlier this month used several simulations of major hurricanes to demonstrate.
Author Pete Hautman wrote a piece criticizing our poll to determine the best young adult novel of all time, arguing many of the books on the list aren't actually YA.
The lawsuitalleges the diocese and the religious order were negligent in supervising the Rev. Francis Markey, who was in the diocese in 1984. The plaintiff claims Markey abused him when he was a boy at St. Andrew Parish.
The university's unmanned aircraft degree program, the nation's first, exploded from five students in 2009 to 120 students last year. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Kansas State have since added similar programs.
The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits rose 68,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 368,000, the largest increase in more than a year -- likely reflecting the difficulty adjusting for delays after the Thanksgiving holiday.
A federal complaint and affidavit says Keith Michael Novak, 25, threatened to use violence if authorities came to arrest him. He also told an undercover FBI employee that he would barricade himself in his apartment and had "5,000 rounds, a thousand of it is in magazines, ready to go."
Thamsanqa Jantjie said in a 45-minute interview with The Associated Press that his hallucinations began while he was interpreting and that he tried not to panic because there were "armed policemen around me."
A satellite recorded a temperature of -135.8 degrees in eastern Antarctica in 2010, and readings close to that again this past July 31. But climate science experts say the record has little to do with broad global warming over time, because it is one spot in one place.
The two biggest veterinary drug companies, Elanco and Zoetis, say they will follow the FDA's advice and make it illegal for farmers to use their drugs for growth promotion. The Animal Health Institute, which represents most of the industry, likewise expressed enthusiastic support for the FDA's move.
House Republicans are rallying behind a modest budget pact that promises to bring a temporary halt to budget brinkmanship in Washington and ease automatic budget cuts that would otherwise slam the Pentagon and domestic agencies for a second straight year.
Not only does Gov. Mark Dayton say $90 million is too much to spend for a new state Senate building, he also doesn't like the look of it on paper.
When Minnesota's online health insurance marketplace unveiled its website in October, state I.T. officials described MNsure's security measures as "state of the art."
Research aimed at curbing overtreatment suggests that tens of thousands of women each year might be able to skip at least some of the grueling treatments for breast cancer without greatly harming their odds of survival.
The multi-decade search for a pill that boosts sexual desire in women has hit another roadblock, raising questions about the future of efforts to develop a female equivalent to Viagra.
Stingless wasps released in Great River Bluffs State Park near Winona two years ago are reproducing, which state officials say is evidence they're attacking destructive emerald ash borers.