- What will happen in the Season 1 finale of "Fargo"? Get the scoop.
- Fat shaming has reached a new low this Halloween, with a woman in Fargo, N.D., saying she'll be giving “moderately obese” trick-or-treaters letters instead of candy on Thursday, Oct. 31.
- A North Dakota advertising agency is suing the creators of a Cartoon Network show, alleging they copied a state marketing campaign.
North Dakota Threesome Stabbing: Ashley Hunter Allegedly Cut Orlando DeWitt For Not Changing Positions During Ménage A TroisA ménage a trois went from pleasure to pain for one North Dakota man after he allegedly was stabbed by another man in the threesome after he refused to switch positions during the sex act.
- “Donna The Deer Lady” believes deer crossings show deer that it is acceptable to cross wherever the signs are posted.
- U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, spoke to supporters in Fargo, N.D., as results began coming in from Super Tuesday primaries. Get a transcript of his rousing speech here, and watch video of his appearance in North Dakota. The cause of liberty is on a roll, let me tell you that, Paul said. Tonight we're going to send a very loud message to the rest of the country.
- It was no surprise that Mitt Romney won the Virginia Republican Primary by a landslide. The bigger surprise was how Ron Paul ended up with 41 percent of the vote and did exponentially better than he did in the state in 2008.
- St. Petersburg, Fl., is apparently the saddest city in America, with Detroit, Mi. not far behind, according to a study by Men's Health magazine, which used data such as unemployment and suicid rates, antidepressant usage and the number of people who actually admitted to depression.
- U.S. housing prices overall are expected to hit bottom by spring 2011 and begin a gradual rise in 2012, Frank Nothaft, chief economist and vice president of housing lender Freddie Mac said on Wednesday.