Host Chris Farrell talked about all these aspects of universal basic income with two guests. Michael Howard, a philosophy professor at the University of Maine who has done extensive research on universal basic income. And 47th Ward Alderman Ameya Pawar who has worked to bring universal income to Chicago.
MPR host Chris Farrell spoke to Joan Goldstein the commissioner for Economic Development in Vermont about their scheme to attract new business to rural areas of Vermont by paying up to $10,000 to move there. Farrell also spoke to Ben Winchester, research fellow, Extension Center for Community Vitality at University of Minnesota.
So many things are difficult about divorce. But how do you figure out co-parenting after a break up? And how do you remind your kids that the family still exists, despite taking on a new shape? MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke with Christine Hammond, licensed mental health counselor, and Amy Baker, parental alienation author and expert, about the best strategies for raising children with a former spouse.
MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke with two experts to preview the meeting between Putin and Trump in Helsinki, Finland. Guest 1: Molly McKew - foreign policy and strategy consultant Guest 2: Chris Preble - Vice President for Defense and Foreign Policy studies at the Cato Institute
President Trump is disputing a New York Times report on his administration's quibble with the World Health Organization. The report alleges that U.S. officials wanted to tone down the language on a breastfeeding resolution. Michele Barry, Stanford University's senior associate dean for global health, joined MPR News host Kerri Miller for a conversation on how messaging from the WHO and the U.S. government impacts public health.
At 19, Donna Hylton was sentenced to 25 years-to-life imprisonment for kidnapping and second-degree murder. MPR Host Kerri Miller talks to Donna Hylton, author of "A Little Piece of Light," about how her life behind bars at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility led her on a path to becoming a leading advocate for criminal justice reform.
Last Wednesday, Justice Anthony Kennedy shocked the nation when he announced his retirement from the Supreme Court, giving President Trump the power to appoint a new justice. What does it mean for the highest court in the nation to lose its swing vote? Does this guarantee a conservative majority for years to come? How might Democrats try to block the appointment of a hard line conservative? Political Junkie Ken Rudin joined MPR host Kerri Miller for a conversation on the future of the court.
In an interview with MPR News host Kerri Miller Archbishop Bernard Hebda addressed a proposed $210 million settlement fund for victims of clergy sexual abuse, efforts to prevent future abuse and the path forward for the Twin Cities archdiocese. He also answered calls from concerned parishioners.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court upheld President Trump's "travel ban" which prevented nearly all travelers from five mostly Muslim countries. MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke to Jaylani Hussein, executive director of CAIR-MN, about how Muslim Americans responded to the news.
Mitchell Hamline School of Law professor John Radsan was in studio with MPR News host Kerri Miller. Originally, the conversation was about Gina Haspel taking over the helm of the CIA. But as soon as the ruling came down, Radsan pivoted to address the news.
MPR News host Kerri Miller talked harassment and change eight months into #MeToo with Robert Sutton, a Stanford professor of Organizational Behavoir, and Danielle Paquette, a Washington Post reporter focusing on national labor issues.
MPR News Host Kerri Miller asked Jennifer Carnahan, the Minnesota state chair for the GOP, and Russell Berman, a staff writer at the Atlantic, about what Minnesotans think of having President Trump at the helm of the Republican Party and how will those feelings affect the midterms in the fall.