How NFL's Goodell is like Nixon09/16/14
Many commentators have heaped scorn on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, but it took Dave Zirin to find the link to Watergate.
The resurgence of Sonny Knight
Sonny Knight is back in the spotlight with the album "I'm Still Here."
Author probes Amish hate crimes
Donald B. Kraybill studied the motives that led a group of Amish to terrorize other members of their community.
Midterms near, with Senate in play
Some observers think control of the Senate is less than crucial this year.
The Clintons return to Iowa, and other observations from the world of politics.
By the time you need a plan for long-term care, it's too late.
Technology and privacy
Apple is introducing new tech gear just as fears about loss of privacy are rising.
Sex trafficking in Minneapolis
A new report detailing sex trafficking of minors in Minnesota was released last week, indicating a continuing problem in the state.
A Vikings player beats his son with a switch, and a national conversation follows.
How to become a successful entrepreneur
Of the nearly 1,300 entries at the 2014 Minnesota Cup, Deepinder Singh was the 10th annual grand prize winner for his energy-saving business plan 75F.
Rice case draws attention to domestic violence
Women's organizations, members of Congress and players have called for more detail about the NFL's handling of the Rice case.
Zak Ebrahim on being 'The Terrorist's Son'
Zak Ebrahim tells the story of being raised by a terrorist: the man who helped plan the World Trade Center bombing in 1993.
Worldwide terror after 9/11
On the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, we look at how terrorism has changed over time.
Will autonomy in eastern Ukraine change the crisis?
As the crisis in Ukraine continues, we discuss what could happen in the coming weeks in the region.
Minneapolis suspensions and the achievement gap
Minneapolis is one of a growing number of districts across the country taking a look at suspension policies.
What should Obama say about ISIS?
Tonight, President Obama will outline his strategy for dealing with the Islamic State. What are the options?
Artist hosting St. Paul dinner for 2,000 Sunday
Performance artist Seitu Jones is staging an eight-block dinner party to foster the idea of healthy food choices in low-income neighborhoods.
The book Judy Garland meant to write
An editor has compiled a book that lets the troubled star tell her own story.
Health as a lifestyle choice
We talk to a doctor who thinks the cause of most chronic disease boils down to lifestyle choices.
Kerri's book pick
Kerri's book pick this week is "Waking Up" by Sam Harris.
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