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  1. Breaking down the QAnon conspiracy2018/08/16
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  2. The cultural importance of cult movies2018/08/16
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  3. How the #MeToo movement is playing out in politics2018/08/16
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  4. Why are women athletes still paid less than men?2018/08/15
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  5. Are black suspects treated differently by police?2018/08/14
    Host Marianne Combs looked at police de-escalation training. Joining her were two guests: Mike Quinn, former St. Paul police officer, now police trainer at International Ethics and Leadership Training Bureau, and Washington Post investigative reporter Kimbriell Kelly.
  6. Churches are closing, attendance is falling, why?2018/08/14
    Jean Hopfensperger is writing about this issue in an occasional series for the Star Tribune called "Test Of Faith: The Unchurching Of America." She spoke with host Marianne Combs to talk about her reporting and the shuttering of churches in Minnesota. They were also joined by Natalia Terfa, Associate Pastor of Prince at Peace Lutheran Church in Brooklyn Park.
  7. Secretary of State on primary day2018/08/14
    Secretary of State Steve Simon spoke about how voting is Minnesota's primary elections is going.
  8. What will the pope's death penalty decision mean for U.S. law?2018/08/14
    MPR News host Marianne Combs spoke with two experts to understand the history of the death penalty and Americans' view of it. Joseph Capizzi is an associate professor of moral theology at The Catholic University of America and Griffin Hardy is the communications manager for the Ministry Against the Death Penalty.
  9. Political Junkie: Primaries in Minnesota and beyond2018/08/14
    Primaries are often boring, but not this year. Ken Rudin explained why with host Marianne Combs
  10. America is growing more diverse. Why aren't newsrooms?2018/08/14
    MPR guest host Marianne Combs spoke with two journalists about why this is a persistent issue and what newsrooms are doing to fix it.
  11. Fatigue among protesters, a shared burden and concern2018/08/09
    MPR's Brandt Williams looked at the impact of protest fatigue. He was joined by Resmaa Menakem, trauma specialist, David Meyers, sociologist at University of California and Executive Director of Arts Us.
  12. Trump is flexing his muscles in the Midwest, is it working?2018/08/08
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  13. Rochester is changing, are mayoral and city council candidates prepared?2018/08/08
    MPR senior reporter Catharine Richert joined Kerri Miller for a discussion about how this fall's election is just as much about choosing a vision for the city as it is picking a mayoral and city council candidates.
  14. Does the First Amendment protect 3-D printed guns?2018/08/07
    Are the blueprints for guns coming to a 3-D printer near you? Right now the answer is still uncertain. MPR News Host Kerri Miller spoke with Robert Spitzer and Paul Barrett about the legal uncertainty surrounding 3-D printed guns.
  15. Lebron James I promise school2018/08/06
    Do celebrity sponsored schools offer more assistance to children living in poverty?
  16. Counter Stories: Police who shot Thurman Blevins won't face charges2018/08/02
    Counter Stories is our regular conversation on MPR News by people of color--for people of color, and everyone else. The team discusses recent news through the lens of race, identity, social justice and culture.
  17. Audio queens: A discussion about women in audio technology2018/08/02
    MPR News host Kerri Miller led a panel discussion with three women working in different audio engineering fields to talk about what got them interested, what their experience has been like, and why women are still outnumbered in the field. She spoke to Veronica Rodriguez, Katharine Horowitz and Rhaelee Gronholz.
  18. Drug prices are rising, what can be done?2018/08/01
    President Trump has publicly called for drug companies to lower their prices. Would regulations help consumers or hinder production of new products?
  19. 'What Black Voters Want'2018/08/01
    Atlantic reporter Vann Newkirk explored what black voters in swing states will be looking for this fall in a recent article for The Atlantic. He joined host Kerri Miller along with brilliant corners Research & Strategies president Cornell Belcher to discuss his reporting.
  20. Poverty in America is expensive2018/07/31
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  21. How do corporate contracts impact state economies?2018/07/31
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  22. NAACP on Blevins' shooting2018/07/31
    Minneapolis NAACP president Leslie Badue talked to MPR's Chris Farrell about the fatal police shooting of Thurman Blevins.
  23. Political Junkie on immigration policy and practice2018/07/30
    MPR guest host Chris Farrell spoke with Political Junkie Ken Rudin about the latest in immigration, how current policies might impact the upcoming midterm elections, and more.
  24. Is socialism making a comeback?2018/07/30
    MPR host Chris Farrell finds out why are millennial falling in love with socialism. Chris wass joined by Cathy J. Cohen Professor of Political Science and Chair of the Department of Political Science at the University of Chicago.
  25. Analysis of the Thurman Blevins tape2018/07/30
    Saybrook University presidential fellow, Dr. Ginger Charles looked at the police footage of the Thurman Blevins shooting and discussed deescalation with host Chris Farrell.
  26. Justice for sexual assault survivors2018/07/30
    Minnesota law enforcement has long overlooked sexual assault cases. How can that change? MPR guest host Chris Farrell spoke with Abby Honold, a rape survivor and student at the University of Minnesota, Paul Schnell, police chief in Inver Grove Heights and former Sex Crimes Investigator in St. Paul, and Brandon Stahl, criminal justice reporter at the Star Tribune.
  27. How much does the language we speak shape our identity?2018/07/26
    Our identities are formed in so many different ways: by the people around us, the books we read and by the work we do. MPR host Kerri Miller explored culture and language with Anatoly Liberman, professor of languages at the University of Minnesota and author of "Word Origins and How We Know Them."
  28. Advice for breaking with a linear career path2018/07/26
    MPR news host Kerri Miller spoke with two people who made dramatic changes to their own careers about how to made it work. Jeffrey Scott, managing partner at Me&I LLC and Barbara Hagerty, author of "Life Reimagined: The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife" and contributing editor at The Atlanti.c
  29. Are we prepared for the next pandemic?2018/07/25
    The author of "I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us" spoke with host Kerri Miller about the next, inevitable, outbreak of disease and what it'll take to survive it.
  30. DFL governor candidate Tim Walz shares his views2018/07/25
    First District DFL congressman Tim Walz is running in a primary against two other gubernatorial candidates. Kerri Miller spoke to him about the big issues Minnesota is facing.
  31. What you're giving up when you skip a home inspection2018/07/24
    Certified home inspector John Trostle on why home inspections are important and what first-time home buyers should ask.
  32. DFL governor candidate Erin Murphy shares her views2018/07/24
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  33. Why aren't more millennials voting?2018/07/23
    MPR host Kerri Miller spoke with Khalilah Brown-Dean, associate professor of political science at Quinnipiac University, and Mary Kate Cary, Senior fellow for presidential studies at the University of Virginia's Miller Center and former speechwriter for President George H.W. Bush.
  34. Political Junkie on the Trump Putin relationship2018/07/23
    President Trump walked back his comment that he did not believe Russia interfered with the 2016 presidential election. Then, he walked back that comment. MPR host Kerri Miller spoke with Political Junkie Ken Rudin to debrief Trump's conflicting comments, the Helsinki Summit, and Putin's upcoming visit to the White House.
  35. GOP governor candidate Jeff Johnson shares his views2018/07/23
    Johnson, who participated in a wide-ranging interview with MPR's Kerri Miller on Monday, is serving his last term on the Hennepin County Board. He's the final sprint of a heated, Aug. 14 primary race for governor against former Gov. Tim Pawlenty.
  36. Voices from the Bayou2018/07/20
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  37. How the river divides us2018/07/19
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  38. Universal Basic Income: The way of the future of a work-crippling safety net?2018/07/19
    Host Chris Farrell talked about all these aspects of universal basic income with two guests. Michael Howard, a philosophy professor at the University of Maine who has done extensive research on universal basic income. And 47th Ward Alderman Ameya Pawar who has worked to bring universal income to Chicago.
  39. Can you move to rural Minnesota and thrive economically?2018/07/18
    MPR host Chris Farrell spoke to Joan Goldstein the commissioner for Economic Development in Vermont about their scheme to attract new business to rural areas of Vermont by paying up to $10,000 to move there. Farrell also spoke to Ben Winchester, research fellow, Extension Center for Community Vitality at University of Minnesota.
  40. Balancing agriculture and water health2018/07/18
    What happens here in the fields and farms of Iowa and the rest of the Midwest has an effect on the Mississippi River and its watershed all way down to the Gulf of Mexico. But the country needs the crops that Iowa produces. How do we find the right balance?
  41. Co-parenting after divorce2018/07/17
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  42. Who controls the Mississippi River?2018/07/17
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  43. How the Mississippi has shaped communities, culture and commerce2018/07/16
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  44. What's at stake in Trump's meeting with Putin?2018/07/16
    MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke with two experts to preview the meeting between Putin and Trump in Helsinki, Finland.

    Guest 1: Molly McKew - foreign policy and strategy consultant

    Guest 2: Chris Preble - Vice President for Defense and Foreign Policy studies at the Cato Institute
  45. Political Junkie talks Trump and NATO2018/07/16
    MPR News host Kerri Miller talked to Political Junkie Ken Rudin for his take on the politics of President Trump's visit to Europe and the UK.
  46. Counter Stories : Should people of color have to prove they are American2018/07/12
    Counter Stories is MPR's ongoing conversation by people of color for people of color and everybody else. This week, the team talks about what it means to be American
  47. Beating burnout at work2018/07/11
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  48. What's behind the blowback on breast-feeding?2018/07/11
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  49. Tommy Orange on the lives of urban Native Americans2018/07/11
    Tommy Orange's debut novel is a must-read of the summer. It describes what it's like to be an urban Native American.
  50. Are Democrats doing enough to reach rural voters?2018/07/10
    MPR host Kerri Miller talked about the struggle of the Democratic Party to win campaigns in rural areas.
  51. Buying a first-time home in a seller's market2018/07/09
    The Twin Cities is going through a housing shortage. Is it a case of home buyers beware or does the Twin Cities have housing problem?
  52. How Trump's SCOTUS nominee will change the Court2018/07/09
    As President Trump prepared to reveal his next Supreme Court nominee, MPR News Host Kerri Miller asked guests to think about the effectiveness of the nomination process.
  53. Family of Thurman Blevins demands action2018/07/09
    Community activists and family members of a man killed by Minneapolis police said Monday he wasn't a threat when he was shot and called on the officers involved to face criminal charges.
  54. Robin Diangelo on why it's so hard for white people to talk about racism2018/07/05
    MPR host Kerri Miller spoke to Robin Diangelo, author of "White Fragility: Why It's So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism".
  55. Kevin Powers2018/07/05
    MPR host Kerri Miller talks to Kevin Powers the author of "A Shout in the Ruins"
  56. Finding "A Little Piece of Light" after incarceration2018/07/04
    At 19, Donna Hylton was sentenced to 25 years-to-life imprisonment for kidnapping and second-degree murder. MPR Host Kerri Miller talks to Donna Hylton, author of "A Little Piece of Light," about how her life behind bars at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility led her on a path to becoming a leading advocate for criminal justice reform.
  57. Political Junkie on the Supreme Court2018/07/03
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  58. The history and future of the abortion fight2018/07/03
    It's been 45 years since the Supreme Court's landmark Roe v. Wade decision. MPR host Kerri Miller talked about the future of the anti-abortion movement under President Trump.
  59. Can body cameras help restore trust between communities of color and the police?2018/07/02
    MPR host Kerri Miller talked about the impact of police body camera evidence.
  60. The state of Wisconsin's politics2018/07/02
    MPR News with Kerri Miller talks about the state of Wisconsin's politics.
  61. Justice Kennedy is retiring. What does that mean for the Supreme Court?2018/06/28
    MPR host Kerri Miller talked about his role on the court, his reputation for being a 'swing vote' in several of the court's most divisive cases, and how his absence will shift the makeup of the court.
  62. Elder care abuse across Minnesota2018/06/28
    Elder care abuse across Minnesota
  63. Archbishop: Parishes aren't on hook to help fund bankruptcy settlement2018/06/27
    In an interview with MPR News host Kerri Miller Archbishop Bernard Hebda addressed a proposed $210 million settlement fund for victims of clergy sexual abuse, efforts to prevent future abuse and the path forward for the Twin Cities archdiocese. He also answered calls from concerned parishioners.
  64. Supreme Court sides with Janus in major blow to organized labor2018/06/27
    In a move that could harm public labor unions, the high court decided that government employees represented by unions are not required to pay union fees. MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke to Will Brucher, a labor expert at Rutgers University.
  65. Supreme Court sides with Janus in major blow to organized labor2018/06/27
    MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke Daniel DiSalvo, of the Manhattan Institute, Monica Bielski Boris, a labor educator from the University of Minnesota with a Ph.D. in industrial relations, and Margaret M. Russell, a law professor at the Santa Clara University.
  66. Supreme Court upholds Trump's travel ban2018/06/26
    Mitchell Hamline School of Law professor John Radsan was in studio with MPR News host Kerri Miller. Originally, the conversation was about Gina Haspel taking over the helm of the CIA. But as soon as the ruling came down, Radsan pivoted to address the news.
  67. How Muslim Americans are responding to the Supreme Court's travel ban ruling2018/06/26
    On Tuesday, the Supreme Court upheld President Trump's "travel ban" which prevented nearly all travelers from five mostly Muslim countries. MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke to Jaylani Hussein, executive director of CAIR-MN, about how Muslim Americans responded to the news.
  68. Voters of faith speak up against Trump's immigration tactics2018/06/26
    MPR host Kerri Miller spoke to two guests about whether these religious voters are just voicing their criticisms, or are formally withdrawing support of Trump: Emma Green is a politics, policy, and religion writer for The Atlantic, and Bonnie Kristian is the weekend editor of The Week and author of "A Flexible Faith: Rethinking What it Means to Follow Jesus Today."
  69. Where are the women in tech?2018/06/25
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  70. The Political Junkie on the impact of Trump's 'zero tolerance' policy so far2018/06/25
    Ken Rudin joined host Stephanie Curtis to talk about the latest in immigration policy.
  71. After Trump's executive order, what changes for undocumented families at the border?2018/06/25
    MPR News host Stephanie Curtis spoke about the ongoing situation at the border with Kara Lynum, an immigration attorney with Lynum Law Office in St. Paul, and Neena Satija, an investigative reporter and radio producer for the Texas Tribune and Reveal.
  72. Counter Stories react to Trump's immigration policy2018/06/21
    Counter Stories react to President Trump "zero tolerance" immigration policy, which led to parents and children being separated at the U.S border.
  73. Five in five with Stephanie Curtis2018/06/21
    MPR's Stephanie Curtis shares her top five things to see, watch read and experience.
  74. Harassment at work: What employees can do and what employers should do2018/06/21
    MPR News host Kerri Miller talked harassment and change eight months into #MeToo with Robert Sutton, a Stanford professor of Organizational Behavoir, and Danielle Paquette, a Washington Post reporter focusing on national labor issues.
  75. The big summer book show: What to read in 20182018/06/20
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  76. Is President Trump remaking the Republican Party in his own image?2018/06/20
    MPR News Host Kerri Miller asked Jennifer Carnahan, the Minnesota state chair for the GOP, and Russell Berman, a staff writer at the Atlantic, about what Minnesotans think of having President Trump at the helm of the Republican Party and how will those feelings affect the midterms in the fall.
  77. How a SCOTUS decision will affect public sector unions2018/06/19
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  78. Questions surround immigration tactics2018/06/19
    Politicians and voters alike are expressing concern with the Trump administration's so-called "zero-tolerance" policy at the U.S.-Mexico border. What will this mean for immigration legislation?

    MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke to Politico immigration reporter Ted Hesson on what to expect out of Washington D.C.
  79. Is the painkiller Fentanyl more dangerous than heroin?2018/06/19
    MPR News Host Kerri Miller spoke with Dr. Charles Reznikoff addiction specialist at Hennepin Healthcare and Dr. Traci Green associate professor of emergency medicine at Boston Medical Center, about how the crisis has evolved over the last year.
  80. Political Junkie on tit-for-tat tariffs2018/06/18
    President Donald Trump is striking out at China and Canada with tariffs, attempting to level the playing field for U.S. producers.

    Host Kerri Miller spoke with Political Junkie Ken Rudin about trade policy and more.
  81. The secret to growing an edible garden2018/06/18
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  82. What do new tariffs mean for American businesses and consumers?2018/06/18
    Earlier this year President Donald Trump announced tariffs on steel and aluminum. Now Canada, Mexico and Europe have said they will retaliate. So what does that mean for American businesses and consumers?

    Two guests joined host Kerri Miller to discuss. Pradnya Joshi is the editor of trade and agriculture at Politico. Mary Lovely is a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute.
  83. Some breast cancer patients may no longer need chemotherapy2018/06/13
    Women diagnosed with breast cancer often have a combined treatment of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. Now a new nine-year study published in the New England Journal of Medicine determined that for some women, chemo can be replaced with a hormone-blocking drug treatment.
  84. Taking depression out of the darkness2018/06/11
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  85. Political Junkie: G7, North Korea and Pardons2018/06/11
    Ken Rudin, host of the Political Junkie podcast joins MPR News Host Kerri Miller each Monday to discuss the latest news from Washington. This week they discussed President Trump's performance at the G7 summit, what to look for in the President's meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, and Mr. Trump's strategy on the use of presidential pardons.
  86. How do presidential pardons work?2018/06/11
    Pirates, prize fighters and disgraced politicians have all been pardoned. Today on MPR News two legal scholars join MPR News host Kerri Miller for a conversation about who earns a presidential pardon and why?
  87. What can be done about Minnesota's rising homelessness rates?2018/06/07
    Host Kerri Miller talked to Cathy ten Broeke, director to Prevent and End Homelessness at Minnesota Interagency Council on Homelessness, about our current state of homelessness. They were joined by Ehren Stover-Wright, research director, Institute for Community Alliances to look at his agency's work in Des Moines, Iowa.
  88. How family trauma can be both devastating and transformative2018/06/07
    Poet Gregorgy ardlo joined MPR host Kerri Miller for a conversation about the ways in which trauma can both shatter and fortify a family's bonds.
  89. Minnesota Democrats grappling with the domino effect2018/06/06
    James Farnsworth is a political activist and student at the University of Minnesota. He joined Katharine Tinucci, senior vice president of MZA Company, and the former campaign manager for Mark Dayton, and MPR News Host Kerri Miller for a conversation about how Democrats feel about the party chaos.
  90. Tackle workplace conflict with wisdom and grace2018/06/06
    A happy work life can make for a happy life all around. MPR News Host Kerri Miller spoke with two workplace-advice columnists about how to make the most out of careers.

    Rob Walker writes the column "Workologist" in The New York Times and Alison Green writes the Ask A Manager column for The Cut. Below is some of their advice.
  91. What SCOTUS has to say about wedding cake2018/06/05
    MPR News host Kerri Miller talked to Anthony Winer who is a professor at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law about what conclusions can be drawn from the court's ruling.
  92. What it took to get to Pluto2018/06/05
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  93. How Frey plans to fix Minneapolis' affordable housing crisis2018/06/05
    He spoke with MPR's Kerri Miller Tuesday morning, and said he plans to use several techniques to fix the city's housing crisis. One is inclusionary zoning.
  94. Political Junkie: Trump tweets that he can pardon himself2018/06/04
    President Trump made headlines this morning by tweeting that he has the power to pardon himself. Ken Rudin, the host of the Political Junkie podcast talked about how presidents have used that power in the past.
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