MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke to health care reporter Mark Zdechlik, and Mark Anderson, executive director of the Barbara Schneider Foundation, to learn more about the mental health care provided in Minnesota's criminal justice system.
U.S. Intelligence agencies decisively concluded that Russia meddled in the 2016 election and President Trump's statements on Russia's involvement haven't been so clear. A Russia expert and an intelligence expert joined the show for a conversation about what this means for America's future.
What might the Roy Moore scandal mean to Alabama voters? MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke with Eric Velasco, an Alabama journalist whose article, "Why Alabamans are Defending Roy Moore," was just published in Politico.
Support for our troops is a common refrain during campaign season and after a national crisis. But how often do Americans think about vets on the days in between? This week on Flyover, as we reflect on Veteran's Day weekend, we're talking about where veterans fit into America's national identity. This week's guests were WUNC military reporter Jay Price and Melissa Bryant, a former Army captain and Iraq veteran who's currently the director of political and intergovernmental affairs for Iraq...
One year after the Presidential election both Republicans and Democrats are still facing an identity crisis within their own parties. As the Democrats search for their next leader--Republicans like Jeff Flake--are quarreling with theirs. Three guests joined MPR Host Kerri Miller in studio to take on big questions about what party loyalty means in 2017.
A new report from public health leaders recommends urgent action on this crisis. How will the President's declaration affect America's health care workers on the front line of this crisis? Pat Gleason of Prime Therapeutics and Andrew Kolody of Barndeis University discussed.
Science writer Juli Berwald has spent long hours contemplating a mysterious, ethereal organism: the jellyfish. She joined MPR News host Kerri Miller to discuss what scientists are just beginning to uncover about jellyfish.
In response to Sunday's mass shooting at a Texas church, President Trump said the shooting was not "a guns situation," but rather, a problem of mental health. What's the connection between mental health and gun violence?
Meghan O'Sullivan, author "Windfall: How the New Energy Abundance Upends Global Politics and Strengthens America's Power" joined guest host Chris Farrell for a conversation about how developments in the energy market could shape America's geopolitical future.
President Trump's stance on immigration is one of the messages that appealed to many voters in last year's presidential election. But one year out from the election there's a lot we still don't know about his platform: Will there be a wall along our border with Mexico? Are Trump's immigration bans legal? This week on Flyover, we're asking if America's immigration system is one of our greatest strengths weaknesses. This week's guests were Michel Marizco, Frontera's Desk senior editor at KJZZ;...
What do the world's greatest sports teams have in common? The Wall Street Journal's founding sports editor, Sam Walker, wanted to find out, so he did some digging. He joined MPR Senior Producer Steph Curtis for a conversation about the key role of "The Captain Class."
After an attack in New York earlier this week, President Trump tweeted that they are working on an immigration system based on merit. Guest host Stephanie Curtis asked Stephen Legomsky, formerly of the Immigration Services Department of Homeland Security, if that would make America safer.
Robert Mueller is leading the Justice Department's investigation into whether anyone close to President Trump's campaign worked with Russia during last year's election. Two former aides were charged on Monday and a third pleaded guilty. What happens next? The Atlantic's David Graham answered that question for guest host Euan Kerr.