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5 in 5: "Casual," "Bad Blood" and more

Stephanie Curtis shared her five favorite things in five minutes: The Hulu show "Casual"; the book, "Bad Blood"; the article "Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong"; the poet Danez Smight; and The Tesla Quartet.

Draining the swamp

President Trump has been promising to "drain the swamp" since before he was elected. But what does he mean when he says this? And is he living up to his word? On Thursday, MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke about the "swamp" with two guests. Josh Gerstein is a reporter with Politico. Danielle Brian is the executive director of the Project on Government Oversight.

The best way to a $15 minimum wage for St. Paul

Two guests talked about how St. Paul can go about raising the minimum wage without hurting business.

Polling shows Democrats have edge with Independents

Kathryn Pearson from the University of Minnesota spoke to MPR News host Kerri Miller about the MPR/Star Tribune political poll.

Author Shannon Gibney spoke with host Kerri Miller about her latest "Dream Country"

Shannon Gibney spoke with host Kerri Miller about her latest "Dream Country."

Author Shannon Gibney spoke with host Kerri Miller about her latest "Dream Country"

How the #MeToo era might make a difference in who our next SCOTUS justice is

This is not the first time a SCOTUS nominee has been accused of sexual misconduct. But this accusation comes in the #MeToo era. Will things end differently for Brett Kavanaugh than they did for Clarence Thomas?

How the #MeToo era might make a difference in who our next SCOTUS justice is

Apprenticeships need industry buy-in to succeed

Businesses in Minnesota offer training and education to attract employees, but there needs to be industry-wide support.

Where have the millennial feminists gone?

Is the "feminist" label still relevant relevant?

Why don't more Americans have flood insurance?

Most Americans don't have flood insurance. Who will cover rebuilding costs post-hurricane Florence?

How cancer research is revolutionizing treatment

Oncologists approach cancer treatment in new ways with more moderate and personalized therapies.

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