THE PERIPHERY A Nazi in Minnesota: A Re-examination of Justice
The allegation that a man in Northeast Minneapolis was a murdering Nazi has received national attention. It has also polarized the publics response.
The case is "perfect" for doing so. Michael Karkoc... Posted on 6/18/13 at 6:57 AM
RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA Church History Series 1, Post 6: The Acts of Phileas
St. Phileas of Thmuis
Phileas was the bishop of Thmuis, a city east-northeast of Alexandria, who was arrested and martyred during the winter of 306-7. We have two early Greek manuscripts that are alm... Posted on 10/4/11 at 11:30 PM
OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Duluth Retriever Club trial results posted
Here are results from the Duluth Retriever Clubs annual AKC-licensed Field Trial held Aug. 20-22 at the club, just north of Duluth.
Among those from Northeastern Minnesota who placed well was David F... Posted on 8/23/10 at 9:19 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Crowd packs U.S. Senate courtroom
What could be the final day of Minnesota's U.S. Senate trial is receiving more attention than during seven weeks of testimony, with a crowd packing a courtroom generally used by the state Supreme Cour... Posted on 4/7/09 at 3:35 AM
Clark Stoeckley is Bradley Manning's most visible supporter at the soldier's court-martial. He arrives each day in a white box truck with bold words painted on the sides: "WikiLeaks TOP SECRET Mobile Information Collection Unit." The provocative gag even has a nonworking satellite dish and two fake security cameras on it.
A friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) has been released from federal custody while he awaits trial for allegedly lying to federal investigators probing the April 15 bombings.
A Fargo obstetrician testifying Wednesday in the trial over a state law that critics claim would outlaw medication abortions in North Dakota said it won’t make women safer and instead would obstruct them from getting good care in emergencies arising from the procedure.
As the abortion debate spotlight shines on North Dakota, the state’s only clinic that provides abortions will go to court this week to challenge a 2011 law it claims would effectively ban medication abortions.
The mother of three girls who were killed by their father in what prosecutors say was an act of revenge testified Wednesday that her ex-husband was "catatonically depressed" but began taking medication and seemed to be getting better in 2011.
The victim in a case involving a Moorhead man who is charged with tying her up, raping her repeatedly and holding a knife to her throat – all while she was about seven months pregnant – is worried he will get out and do it again.
Rodney Brossart, the Lakota, N.D., farmer involved in a standoff with Nelson County law enforcement in 2011, is negotiating with prosecutors to forestall a criminal trial that could put him and family members behind bars.
A Minnesota football coach sidelined by accusations of child pornography involving his own children reacted with relief Friday after a judge dismissed the case, saying he was "thankful to be waking up from this nightmare."
Jurors who have sat facing Dr. Conrad Murray for two weeks listened today as the physician detailed in a recorded interview his interactions and treatments on Michael Jackson in the months and hours before the singer's death.
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