Correspondent Marisa Helms profiles a hip-hop artist from Minnesota's ethnic Hmong community. Tou Saiko Lee is using his music...and traditions from Hmong culture to get the young people in his community to vote.
Minnesota's Senate race, between Republican incumbent Norm Coleman and challenger Democrat Al Franken, is heating up. While they battle it out, there isn't much doubt that the Independence Party's Dean Barkley will act as a spoiler.
A new study says professional sports stadiums aren't so discerning when it comes to serving underage-looking or already-intoxicated fans. Guest: Traci Toomey, Associate Professor at the school of public health at the University of Minnesota.
One of the ways Congress is considering raising the 1.6 trillion dollars needed to repair the nation's transportation infrastructure is through tolls on federal roads. Host Bruce Gellerman speaks with the Wall Street Journal's Christopher Conkey.
A year ago this Friday, Minnesota's I-35W Mississippi River bridge collapsed. Now a report released by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials says nearly a quarter of all bridges are in need of serious repair or should just be replaced altogether. With the need identified, who can pay for the repairs?
Otherhood explores the emotions of people in the Black Lives Matter movement’s orbit: a refugee worried America is becoming more like the place he had to flee, a group determined to teach kids how to articulate their feelings; and an ally, neither black nor white, who finds her place in the protests.
Jeronimo Yanez, 29, was found not guilty on three charges: second-degree manslaughter and two felony counts of intentional discharge of a dangerous weapon for endangering the safety of Castile's girlfriend Diamond Reynolds and her 4-year-old daughter.
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