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Episodes

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

Women of Faith: Atheists

4/11/2019
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Only 3 percent of the population identifies as atheist -- and even that small slice is mostly white and male. What does it mean to be a woman and an atheist?

Duration:00:39:54

When dogma turns toxic

4/10/2019
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Why are working-class whites willing to die rather than support policies that could benefit them? Jonathan Metzl's book, "Dying of Whiteness," examines the grim consequences of right-wing policies -- even for the white voters they promise to help.

Duration:00:47:13

How women can avoid burnout

4/9/2019
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Stress is everywhere, but women experience it differently from men. Emily and Amelia Nagoski take a science-based approach to how women can break the stress cycle and avoid burnout.

Duration:00:48:05

What does Kirstjen Nielsen's departure mean for U.S. immigration policy?

4/8/2019
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President Trump says there is a crisis at the border between the United States and Mexico. How do residents describe what is happening there?

Duration:00:49:06

Paying student athletes: A renewed debate as the Final Four comes to Minnesota

4/4/2019
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Brackets have been busted, friends and families divided and billions of dollars invested as the Final Four arrives in Minneapolis. As March Madness reaches its climax, are student-athletes being compensated enough?

Duration:00:40:59

Women of faith: Sister Simone Campbell on #NunsToo and the Catholic Church

4/3/2019
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As women's voices in faith communities become more integral and more influential, we are opening a new series of conversations titled "Women of Faith." Sister Simone Campbell, a Catholic nun and founder of the Network Lobby for Catholic Social Justice, joined MPR News host Kerri Miller.

Duration:00:48:35

How having a family doctor improves your life

4/2/2019
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Building a relationship with a family doctor is proven to be good for your health. But how can they help you with big life decisions like birth and end of life?

Duration:00:49:29

What's next for the Affordable Care Act?

4/2/2019
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The Trump administration's latest effort to end the Affordable Care Act has raised concerns that millions could lose health coverage. What happens if the ACA is repealed?

Duration:00:48:18

Corporate welfare through the lens of Foxconn

4/1/2019
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Big companies, desperate cities: Are tax breaks and subsidies to giant corporations the cost of doing business today?

Duration:00:41:11

Wisconsin's contentious lame-duck laws on hold

4/1/2019
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The latest on the laws the GOP pushed through in December to limit the power of the incoming Democratic governor.

Duration:00:10:03

A national popular vote is gaining steam, but is it feasible?

4/1/2019
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A movement to scrap the Electoral College is gaining steam.

Duration:00:36:12

The art of living, and dying, well

3/28/2019
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Like it or not, we all face the same fate. What do we know about dying well? Kerri Miller talks with Sunita Puri, a palliative care doctor who says modern medicine needs to grow comfortable with death in order to help people to live.

Duration:00:40:46

The Five: Apollo 11, Corner Gas and the biggest cities in the world visualized

3/28/2019
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MPR senior producer Steph Curtis lists five things you should read, watch, listen to or experience.

Duration:00:05:47