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President Trump to announce new immigration plan

5/16/2019
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The proposal includes some significant shifts in the types of immigrants who are allowed into the country.

Duration:00:15:36

New tariffs threaten to undermine farmers

5/10/2019
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The trade war intensifies, and farmers are caught in the crossfire. What will new tariffs mean for farmers in the Midwest?

Duration:00:12:12

New treatment for postpartum depression comes with a steep cost

5/8/2019
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The first-ever drug for postpartum depression hits the market next month. The medication works fast. But at $34,000 per treatment, will it reach those who need it most?

Duration:00:33:11

Lt. Gov. Flanagan on missing and murdered indigenous women

5/8/2019
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Minnesota has the ninth-highest rate of missing and murdered indigenous women in the nation, according to a recent report from the Urban Indian Health Institute. More than half of native women across the country have experienced sexual violence and, in some places, native women are nearly ten times more likely to be murdered than the rest of the population. Minnesota is one of several states across the country trying to address this problem through legislation. Lieutenant Governor Peggy...

Duration:00:17:31

A UN report found that the planet is going extinct; what now?

5/7/2019
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A UN report found that upwards of a million plants and animals are facing extinction. What can be done to save Earth's species? Tiffany Hanssen fills in for MPR host Kerri Miller.

Duration:00:21:50

Looking up and ahead: What's next for space exploration and research?

5/7/2019
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Scientists have gotten the first photograph of a black hole, and competing commercial ventures are making dramatic strides beyond the atmosphere. Are we seeing a renewed public interest in space? What's the latest in space exploration and astronomy?

Duration:00:28:31

3 views on the Noor trial verdict

5/2/2019
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A former Minneapolis police officer was found guilty in the death of Minneapolis resident Justine Ruszczyk. A law professor, former police officer and community activist react.

Duration:00:48:17

The rise of the Christian left

4/30/2019
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Evangelical Christians are a powerful force in America. For decades, conservative politicians have claimed the so-called moral majority. Can Democrats change that?

Duration:00:30:14

White supremacy as a motivator for crime

4/30/2019
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Once again, an attack allegedly committed by a white supremacist has captured attention. What is the law enforcement response to such violence?

Duration:00:19:19

Vaccines, public health and personal choice

4/29/2019
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Measles are making a comeback. Vaccination rates have a lot to do with that. When preventable diseases threaten, is there a way to balance personal choice with public safety?

Duration:00:24:06

The pros and cons of warrior-style police training

4/29/2019
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Warrior training is making headlines in Minnesota, after Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey banned it. What is it and why is it controversial?

Duration:00:25:35

Carolyn Forche on 'What You Heard is True'

4/25/2019
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In the late 1970s a stranger approached Carolyn Forche and asked her to document violence and political unrest in El Salvador. Against the advice of her friends and family, she went.

Duration:00:13:54

Julian Zelizer on the 'Fault Lines' in American history

4/24/2019
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After the 2016 presidential election, many Americans described the country as being divided. One historian says that to understand the polarization of today, we need to start by looking at the events that have unfolded since 1974.

Duration:00:47:46

Women of Faith: Jenan Mojahir on how Islam motivates her interfaith work

4/23/2019
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What does it mean to be an empowered Muslim woman today?

Duration:00:48:25

Answering your questions on the Mueller report

4/22/2019
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What have we learned from the Mueller report? Where do we go from here?

Duration:00:32:43

When the therapist needs a therapist

4/17/2019
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Nearly 30 million Americans a year seek therapy -- and that number includes therapists. A new book explores the power of being human and what therapy can, and can't, do.

Duration:00:38:07

What's in the Mueller report that we don't already know?

4/17/2019
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Thursday, Congress is expected to receive special counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report on Russian interference in the 2016 election. What new information can we hope to gain?

Duration:00:09:49

Cheated by student loans

4/16/2019
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A divide is forming -- between those who have student debt and those who do not. What does it mean for the future?

Duration:00:47:50

Are Minnesotans happy with President Trump's tax cuts?

4/15/2019
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The president is in town to promote the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Two tax policy experts look at the effects of the law one year in.

Duration:00:32:27

The Five: GoT's horrible pilot, Baby Shark's origin story, and a new single from Vampire Weekend

4/11/2019
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Almost every week, senior producer Stephanie Curtis stops by to tell us what to read, watch, listen to or experience. Here's her roundup for the second week of April 2019.

Duration:00:08:11