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Macalester's Marlon James wins Man Booker Prize
His third novel, "A Brief History of Seven Killings," which centers on the attempted assassination of Bob Marley, has already won an American Book Award and a Minnesota Book Award. ...
The cure for all-male, all-white panels
If white men are really interested in supporting diversity in the public space, the very best thing they can do to achieve it, is sit down and be quiet. ...
What the Planned Parenthood fetal tissue research decision means for Minnesota
Planned Parenthood's national president said they would no longer take reimbursements for procuring fetal tissue that's used in research. ...
As Democratic debate nears, DFL leader says MN may aid insurgent
As the Democratic presidential candidates take the stage tonight in Las Vegas for their first 2016 campaign debate, some say Minnesota may help a dark horse candidate make a run this spring. ...
Op-Ed: The NRA's political clout is gun smoke and mirrors
Do we give the NRA too much credit for their political clout? Alec MacGillis thinks so. He shared his take on MPR News with Kerri Miller. ...
Election 2016: Candidate tax plans
A conversation about where the 2016 presidential candidates stand on taxes. ...
Partisan differences remain on Minnesota road funding
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton and several Republican legislators were in Rogers today for an event celebrating the recent expansion of a segment of I-94. ...
300 jobs lost as SW Minnesota beef plant closes
PM Beef says it's looking to sell its Windom, Minn., plant and hopes to find a buyer that will resume operations there. ...
Why must you disappear in October, baseball?
If you don't have cable TV, the baseball postseason doesn't exist. Major League Baseball Advanced Media, the arm of the sport that controls its media presence, has locked down online access. Even as it advertises its At Bat app to view the playoff games, it's blacked out many of the gam ...
'Fargo' recap: The Waffle Hut will never be the same
In the first episode of season two, we meet North Dakota's reigning crime family and the intrepid state troopers of Luverne, Minn. ...
In books: Where are all the evil female characters?
With a few memorable — and bloody — exceptions, women characters don't usually land on the "most evil" list. But that may be starting to change. ...
Target Center still not ready for its makeover
The Timberwolves and Lynx announced today that the Target Center renovation will be delayed again. Times are too good in the construction business so costs have been going up. ...
Companies pushed to go green find sustainability pays off
Many companies swear sustainability is part of their culture, though those claims are increasingly likely to be questioned. 3M and other companies are finding good things can come from that pressure. ...
KERA News Special: 'Surviving Ebola'
It's been one year since the infectious and deadly disease Ebola came to America. It had already killed thousands in Africa, and threatened millions more. Ebola touched Dallas, Atlanta, Bethesda, New York City and Omaha. Fear traveled faster, and far wider, than the disease itself. This hour, a KERA ...
Time works better than physical therapy for lower back pain
Many people want relief from lower back pain. Physical therapy isn't a cure, a study finds, but it does help some people regain mobility more quickly. ...
Elk River priest on leave amid sex abuse claim from 1970s
The Rev. Antonio Marfori says there's no truth in a lawsuit accusing him of sexually abusing a teenage boy nearly four decades ago. ...
MN Appeals Court: Cops need warrant for DUI blood test
A divided court ruled a blood draw is more invasive than a breath test and so requires a warrant. The decision reins in Minnesota's law criminalizing suspected DUI drivers who refuse alcohol testing. ...
How not to lay people off
Do you have any "favorite" layoff stories to share? ...
U: 60 percent of nursing mothers lack adequate workplace accommodations
Forty percent said they had both the time to pump breast milk at work and access to a private space. ...
Sip on this: That $10,000 (or $30) bottle of wine might be fake
Take a close look at the glass of wine you're drinking. There's a chance it could be the cheap stuff disguised by an upmarket label. ...
Right to die
California looks to become the fifth state to pass a right-to-die law. Do you think Minnesota should have such a law?
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