In-depth conversations on news and culture, with host Kerri Miller.
Counter Stories react to Trump's immigration policy
June 21, 2018
Five in five with Stephanie Curtis
Harassment at work: What employees can do and what employers should do
Is President Trump remaking the Republican Party in his own image?
June 20, 2018
The big summer book show: What to read in 2018
Is the painkiller Fentanyl more dangerous than heroin?
June 19, 2018
Questions surround immigration tactics
How a SCOTUS decision will affect public sector unions
The secret to growing an edible garden
June 18, 2018
Political Junkie on tit-for-tat tariffs
What do new tariffs mean for American businesses and consumers?
Some breast cancer patients may no longer need chemotherapy
June 13, 2018
Taking depression out of the darkness
June 11, 2018
How do presidential pardons work?
Political Junkie: G7, North Korea and Pardons
How family trauma can be both devastating and transformative
June 7, 2018
What can be done about Minnesota's rising homelessness rates?
Tackle workplace conflict with wisdom and grace
June 6, 2018
Minnesota Democrats grappling with the domino effect
What it took to get to Pluto
June 5, 2018
What SCOTUS has to say about wedding cake
How Frey plans to fix Minneapolis' affordable housing crisis
Who has oversight of ICE?
June 4, 2018
Many Midwest GOP supporters ambivalent about Trump
Political Junkie: Trump tweets that he can pardon himself
Counter stories: How should corporations react to racism?
May 31, 2018
Study shows Hurricane Maria's death toll is over 4,000
A family torn apart by radicalization in 'Two Sisters'
Americans say government is broken. Can it be fixed?
May 30, 2018
Ramadan in Minnesota
When white people call the cops on people of color
May 29, 2018
Why is Congress rolling back bank regulations?
Political Junkie talks North Korea summit
Minnesota's renewable energy revolution
May 24, 2018
President Trump cancels North Korean summit
The legacy of lynching: A chance to remember, a chance to heal
With USA out of the World Cup, who should you root for?
May 23, 2018
Dayton torpedoes GOP tax, budget bills; no special session
Mind over age: Learning new skills later in life isn't impossible
Career advice for recent college grads
May 22, 2018
Coming to terms with history
DFL and GOP leaders talk about the 2018 Legislative Session
May 21, 2018
Why did the farm bill fail?
Political Junkie on primaries, Mueller and trade
Want to save your marriage? Learn how to fight with these 12 tips
May 17, 2018
Why teachers are demanding change
May 16, 2018
In #MeToo movement, low-wage and blue collar workers say 'don't forget about us'
May 15, 2018
Political Junkie on North Korea
May 14, 2018
Author Sara Zaske on the German art of raising self-reliant kids
Five tips to help kids become adventurous eaters
May 11, 2018
Author Kate Bowler on finding faith and hope after an incurable cancer diagnosis
May 10, 2018
Author Simon Winchester on precision engineering
May 9, 2018
What we can learn from the Mt. Kilauea eruption
Families, cops push bill requiring 'hands-free' driving
Changing America's view of Muslim women
May 8, 2018
What's changed since the Parkland shooting?
What would it take to make housing more affordable?
May 7, 2018
Political Junkie on presidential lawyers
What to know about the Mueller investigation
New host of 'The Takeaway' has covered American diversity for years
May 3, 2018
Go on, get your hands dirty: Your gardening questions, answered
Christian colleges at odds with evolving values of students
David Fahrenthold on using instincts and persistence to investigate Trump
May 2, 2018
Can we still separate the art from the artist?
What can we learn about de-escalation from Toronto officer?
May 1, 2018
How can scientists improve their communication?
What can music tell us about activism and protest movements?
April 30, 2018
Which state is best for millennials, Wisconsin or Minnesota?
Major electronic file upgrade at Mayo
Political Junkie on the White House Correspondent's Dinner
Part one: Are all Democrats liberal elites and are all Republicans rich?
April 26, 2018
Part two: Are all Democrats liberal elites and are all Republicans rich?
A surge of women are running for office
April 25, 2018
Should the U.S. back out of the Iran nuclear deal?
Novel connects characters through the magnificent trees they cherish
Will SCOTUS rule on gerrymandering in Texas?
April 24, 2018
What it means to be displaced
Ruling on Line 3 leaves both sides seeing benefits
A story of apathy in 'Red Clocks'
How successful is American-style diplomacy?
April 23, 2018
For native students in Morris, finding ways to excel in a place of trauma
Photographer's lens is focused on climate change
April 19, 2018
Prosecutor: No criminal charges from Prince death probe
How does the BBC World Service cover the U.S. for the rest of the world?
Counter Stories: Is the arrest of two black men at Starbucks an isolated incident?
Do Black owned banks and credit unions help create wealth in the African American community?
April 18, 2018
Why are we seeing so many mergers and acquisitions in 2018?
Expert: Tax deadline's a good time for deep dive into finances
Young writer explores the intersection of 'black, female and feminist'
April 17, 2018
Trump joins other countries in attacking Syria
When should Alzheimer's be diagnosed?
Have we arrived anew at a need for a third party?
April 16, 2018
A story of addiction and creativity with author Leslie Jamison
Political Junkie on third parties and James Comey
How consumers can protect themselves from big banks
April 12, 2018
How should the U.S. be involved in Syria?
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