TCTI: Too Crazy To Ignore
Dave Ross

Time for some courage!

The War on Terror is back but some Americans are doing all they can to help us lose it.

For those of you waiting for the future - good news. It's here.

Apple announces Apple Watch and Apple Pay - and just like that, in 24 hours, we find ourselves in the future.

What a difference a video makes

When the first video came out showing running back Ray Rice dragging his unconscious fiancée out of a hotel elevator in Atlantic City, we could only guess what had happened just before.

Congress returns to work; try to hold your applause

Congress is the institution that's supposed to protect us from dictatorship, and yet we hate it. Its latest approval rating was 13 percent. A larger percentage of Americans sympathize with the Palestinians than approve of Congress.

Should your knee replacement surgery come with a warranty?

If you're facing knee surgery, this will be of great interest to you.

Why not do stupid stuff?

The most popular item on the New Yorker website was a piece of satire by Andy Borowitz.

Fill in the blanks

It's the feature where I read a story that we've all heard so many times that all of us can easily fill in the blanks.

Nudity in the Cloud

The FBI is now trying to figure out who hacked those nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities. But nude celebrity photos themselves are certainly nothing new.

Swedish doctor says drug company won't release meds that might get rid of brain tumors

Dr. Charles Cobbs is a neurosurgeon at Swedish Medical Center, but not just any neurosurgeon. He is director of the Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Tumor Treatment, and became famous as the man who linked some of the most stubborn tumors in the world to a virus.

Should you just give your name?

It happened last January on one of the Skyways that connects the buildings in downtown St. Paul.

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