A new drug can add four months to the lives of men suffering from incurable prostate cancer, but it costs $93,000. Today’s Question: Would you pay $93,000 for four months of life?
Law enforcement officials are seeking new rules to make it easier for them to tap e-mail accounts the way they do phones. Today’s Question: What right should government have to read your e-mail?
President Obama said Monday that the American school year is too short, and he noted that students in other advanced countries have about a month more of school each year. Today’s Question: Should we have a longer school year?
Each Monday now through the election, we’ll pose a question on an issue that’s pertinent to the race for Minnesota governor. Today’s Question: Does the debate over same-sex marriage have a place in Minnesota politics? Democratic candidate Mark Dayton: Absolutely, because under the founding principles of this country, “that all men (and women) are created Read more →
Suicide is a leading cause of death among Minnesota teenagers. Seven teenagers in the Anoka-Hennepin School District took their own lives in the past year. Today’s Question: What role should schools play in preventing suicides?
One Minnesota legislator recently lost her home to foreclosure, while at least one other lawmaker is facing foreclosure proceedings now. Today’s Question: How does the state of a politician’s personal finances affect your vote?
Less than two years after its emergence, the Tea Party has established itself as a potent political force. Today’s question: How do you see the Tea Party evolving after the current election season?
A group of economists on Monday declared that the recent recession lasted 18 months and ended in June of 2009. Today’s Question: Does the recession feel over to you?
Each Monday now through the election, we’ll pose a question on an issue that’s pertinent to the race for Minnesota governor. Today’s Question: Should the state’s investment in public colleges and universities be greater or smaller? Democratic candidate Mark Dayton: Something is seriously wrong, when Minnesotans cannot afford to send their own children to their Read more →
More than a third of Americans reportedly think it’s acceptable in some circumstances to stop making payments and abandon a home. Today’s Question: Would you ever walk away from a mortgage?