THE NEW FORTY They are the patriots...
This day, and every day, I bow my head in a silent prayer of thanks for veterans. They are the ones who were willing to give everything they have to defend the ideals of this country. They are the one... Posted on 11/11/13 at 10:04 AM
THE PERIPHERY A Look at the United States Government Shutdown
October 17th, 2013
The "shutdown" of the government of the Earth nation, the United States of America, is over. It was interesting theater to observe from up here in my spaceship for a couple reasons... Posted on 10/17/13 at 9:02 AM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS Preserving the past through technology
UND communication professor Tim Pasch spent his summer in the Canadian arctic researching and recording voices of the Inuit
By Kate Menzies, University & Public Affairs student writer
Timothy Pa... Posted on 7/31/13 at 7:45 AM
FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY USHL Western Conference finals preview
A battle of the Dakotas will decide who wins the USHL Western Conference and advances to the Clark Cup, as the Sioux Falls Stampede and the Fargo Force will face off in a best-of-five series.
Both ... Posted on 4/25/13 at 5:56 PM
STORM TRACKER Where have all the Tornadoes Gone?
After a fairly fast start earlier in the year, tornadoes have been uncommon for the past several months. After the large tornado outbreak in the central plains from April 13-16, the tornado season qui... Posted on 7/14/12 at 5:35 PM
A Canadian company's plan to build an oil pipeline that will stretch for hundreds of miles through the Midwest, including through many sensitive waterways, is quietly on the fast-track to approval — just not the one you're thinking of.
Mikaela Shiffrin might as well be dancing or flying. That's what skiing is like for the American teenager these days. The victories and milestones keep piling up, fortifying a U.S. team that is without Lindsey Vonn and Bode Miller.
The world must show its resolve in the face of North Korea's nuclear provocations or risk emboldening Iran, which is under scrutiny over its uranium enrichment program, Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday.
The U.S. military and the Afghan government sealed an agreement Friday on the gradual transfer of control of the main U.S. prison in the country, a last-minute breakthrough that brings the first progress in months in contentious negotiations over a long-term partnership.
People are finally replacing the cars and trucks they held on to during the economic slump, giving a big boost to U.S. auto sales in November. Chrysler, Ford, Nissan and Hyundai were among the companies reporting double-digit gains from last November, which is normally a lackluster month because of colder weather and holiday distractions. This November, buyers were lured by good deals, improving confidence in the economy and the need to trade in older cars.
Tom Krisher and Dee-Ann Durbin
, December 01, 2011
The prospect of a resolution to the Greek debt crisis, bolstered by Greek lawmakers’ approval of a sweeping austerity plan, has buoyed investor spirits: After falling for much of the past two months, in part out of concern about Europe’s debt troubles, the stock market rallied each day last week, with the Dow Jones industrial average jumping 5.4 percent to close within 228 points of its late April high.
A senior Iranian military official involved in investigating a mysterious computer worm targeting Iranian nuclear facilities and other industrial sites said Saturday the malware could have caused large-scale accidents and loss of life.
At least one U.S. citizen was among dozens of men reportedly forced off passenger buses by armed attackers in the northeastern border state of Tamaulipas, where 72 bodies were found in mass graves last week, U.S. officials said Sunday.
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