Space geeks: Unite! You might not be able to make it to Mars — or even to Minnesota, for that matter — but you can get an evening’s worth of the Red Planet right here. In the meantime, we’ve been asking: Would you go?
Journalists, software developers, hackers and geeks of all kinds are invited to the first PIN Hackathon, held in conjunction with PIN Camp 2013. The Hackathon will happen Wednesday, June 5, from 9am to 4pm at the St Paul headquarters of American Public Media and Minnesota Public Radio. Lunch will be provided. The Hackathon will focus… Read more »
This week, the Congressional Budget Office published new 10-year estimates of federal spending, tax revenues and deficits. We took the opportunity to find how players of the Budget Hero game approached those hot-button issues.
The former Marine’s therapist gave him an assignment: Think back to the first traumatic event of the war and write about it. Now he’s published a book of short stories.
One criticism of the disability claims process we’ve heard a lot is that there is no front of the line. A more accurate assessment may be that there seems to be no line at all.
Watch our video chat with aspiring astronaut Abigail Harrison and her mentor, Luca Parmitano, as we ask them questions about where the future might bring them.
One thing Zack Geneseo wants people to know is that not all veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are crippled by their experience abroad.
“I greatly want girlfriends. Like my kind mom says, I need patience and the real advice from a knowledgeable person. Like, how do you find the woman of your dreams?”
The Lyrid meteor shower will light up the sky Sunday night, and we want you to be ready to pull your cameras out and document it all. Join us with your questions!
Will increased funding for disability claims processing help to beat the backlog?