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What you need to know about Acosta's role in the Epstein case

7/11/2019
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Jeffrey Epstein was charged with sex trafficking on Monday. Now a plea deal that Alex Acosta brokered with him back in 2008, before becoming labor secretary, is facing new scrutiny.

Duration:00:14:05

A return to America's Eden

7/11/2019
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He was the personal doctor of both Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, and the surgeon behind America's first botanical garden, which he planted for medicinal purposes. But most people have never heard of David Hosack.

Duration:00:36:18

Women of Faith: Searching for God

7/10/2019
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Anjali Kumar met with witches in New York, a shaman in Peru, and a faith healer in Brazil, in a quest to find her spiritual home. What she found wasn't what she sought.

Duration:00:39:55

The power of patience in a world infatuated with early success

7/9/2019
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Author Rich Karlgaard argues that we need a late bloomer revolution.

Duration:00:46:43

How to bring out the 'better angels' in your community

7/8/2019
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Family therapist Bill Doherty talked about depolarizing within your own political circles.

Duration:00:49:19

Women athletes deserve more respect. Why don't they get it?

7/3/2019
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The U.S. women's national soccer team has made a dominant showing in the Women's World Cup. Its performance has been celebrated, but also met with varying levels of criticism. MPR News host Kerri Miller wonders, "Why don't women athletes get more respect?"

Duration:00:37:08

Women of Faith: Suhag Shukla

7/2/2019
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Suhag Shukla works to correct the misrepresentation of her Hindu faith.

Duration:00:20:46

Did President Trump's trip to the DMZ change anything?

7/2/2019
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President Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to set foot on North Korean soil. What does this trip mean for U.S. foreign policy?

Duration:00:28:22

What do you really know about the Revolutionary War?

7/1/2019
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Author Rick Atkinson brings America's war for independence to life with "The British Are Coming," the first book in his new trilogy about the Revolutionary War.

Duration:00:49:20

The book series "CatStronauts" soars, connecting kids with cats and space

6/26/2019
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American astronauts first landed on the moon in 1969. Minnesota author Drew Brockington thinks it's time for "CatStronauts" to have their turn.

Duration:00:31:47

What should voters watch for in the first Democratic debate?

6/26/2019
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What should you expect from the Democratic candidates at the first presidential nomination debates?

Duration:00:18:31

Women of Faith: Millennial Christians say loving God means protecting creation

6/25/2019
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Evangelicals have long focused more on saving souls than on saving God's creation. But some younger believers want to flip the script. Kerri Miller spoke with two environmental activists who are motivated by their faith to do something about climate change.

Duration:00:47:24

Sorting the reality from the rhetoric about deportation

6/24/2019
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President Trump has vowed to deport millions of undocumented immigrants. But is that even possible?

Duration:00:48:12

Women of Faith: Putting relationships over politics

6/20/2019
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The women behind the podcast Pantsuit Politics say their faith compels them to stay in relationships, even with people with whom they disagree politically. It's the latest discussion in our Women of Faith series.

Duration:00:43:08

Can rent control fix the affordable housing crisis?

6/19/2019
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Roughly one-third of Americans pay more than 30 percent of their income on housing each month. Can regulating rent change that?

Duration:00:48:53

Minnesota author Siri Hustvedt talks about listening

6/18/2019
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A recording of Kerri Miller and Siri Hustsvedt at a live event this spring.

Duration:00:34:43

His last day of school: Kaler moves on from the University of Minnesota

6/17/2019
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Eric Kaler will leave the University of Minnesota in July. He sat down with host Kerri Miller to talk about his tenure at the Big 10 school.

Duration:00:51:03

The future of paid family leave

6/13/2019
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The United States is the only industrialized country that doesn't guarantee paid parental leave to working parents. What will the future of paid leave in the United States be?

Duration:00:39:27

Women of Faith: The #ChurchToo movement shines a light on sex abuse in evangelicalism

6/12/2019
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The largest Protestant denomination in the United States grapples with its own clergy sexual abuse scandal.

Duration:00:40:31

Challenging stereotypes of domestic violence in 'No Visible Bruises'

6/11/2019
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Journalist Rachel Louise Snyder's immersive new book "No Visible Bruises: What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us" describes why stereotypes around intimate-partner violence are not only outdated, but dangerous.

Duration:00:48:30