JUNEAU - A massive storm fueled by the remnants of Typhoon Nuri did not do much damage in the Aleutian Islands, but forecasters say it's anchoring a system that will push a frigid blast of air into the mainland United States and send temperatures plunging early this week.Parts of the Lower 48 could see temperatures between 20 and 40 degrees below average, the National Weather Service said Sunday.
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The Minneapolis Star Tribune emerged from bankruptcy reorganization on Monday. It has a future. So do America's other metropolitan newspapers. Last week...
Andrea Lloyd Curry's basketball resume is one not many players will ever be able to match.
The BP-Arco merger is surrounded by a great deal of secrecy. Alaskans never will know what the companies said to each other nor will they know the details of Federal Trade Commission oversight.
NEW YORK - Newspaper companies have been skipping loan payments, missing financial targets in debt agreements and accepting higher interest rates in exchange for more flexibility - and they're not even directly feeling the impact of the credit crisis yet.
The following editorial first appeared in the Minneapolis Star Tribune: Really, there's nothing funny about Ralph Nader. His repeated sallies onto the campaign trail are not amusing, but merely...
The following editorial first appeared in the Minneapolis Star Tribune: When 3MCorp. dropped its defined-benefit pension programs for new employees last week, it joined the inexorable trend toward...
ANCHORAGE - Denali National Park and Preserve officials are trying to solve a mystery of how two women could vanish on a one-night backpacking trip not far from park headquarters.
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