Minnesota Transportation Commissioner Charles Zelle talked transportation investments with The Free Press Editorial Board Monday and offered a few surprising ideas.
Neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman is back in news. His girlfriend says he pointed shotgun at her; New research has uncovered more connections between 94-year old Minneapolis man and Nazi war crimes.
The Obama administration approved final rules on mental health parity law approved more than five years ago.
New York Times suggests a sea change in how Justice Department will prosecute financial crime -- with criminal charges.
Deep in the bowels of MnDOT policy, one can find a way around rules and regulations to just get things done, and apologize later.
The recent legal troubles in New Jersey for Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf are causing stadium backers and pols to do more "due diligence" on stadium deal. Finalizing agreement has been put off until hired "forensic accountants" get a looksee at the legal docs.
If you read the latest news and commentary out of Washington D.C., you'll get the impression that absolutely nothing works, that a small town city council, for example, could do a much better job of running the country. You'd be partially right, but temper your angst, there are rays of hope.
DFL leadership has turned more sensitive to tax increases and the public mood has changed, due in part to media amplification of groups like the Tea Party
Longtime GOP senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham thwarted GOP filibuster on gun bills. Finally, it looks as though Mankato long-awaited civic center expansion will happen.
Western civilization in the U.S. had its hands full this week with dilemmas on gay marriage, gun control and cyber attacks