A proposal in the state Legislature would require registered as well as unregistered voters to present a photo ID at the polls. Proponents say the change is necessary to prevent voter fraud. Today’s Question: Should Minnesota require voters to present a photo ID?
Protesters continue to battle police in several Egyptian cities. The demonstrators are calling for an end to the 30-year-rule of President Hosni Mubarak. Today’s Question: How should the United States react to events in Egypt?
Today is the 25th anniversary of the Challenger explosion. NASA’s shuttle program is coming to a close. Today’s Question: What should come next for America’s space program?
President Obama on Tuesday called the present time “our generation’s Sputnik moment.” But he also noted that the United States ranks ninth in the proportion of young people with college degrees. Today’s Question: Does America have what it takes for a Sputnik moment?
President Obama delivered his State of the Union address last night. Today’s Question: What did you think of the president’s speech?
Cathy Wurzer of Morning Edition is in Washington today and Wednesday, looking at how power works there and what effect it has on Minnesota. Today’s Question: How effectively are you represented in Washington?
By tradition, Democrats and Republicans sit in separate sections at the State of the Union speech. But there is a movement to abandon that tradition this year. Today’s Question: What parts of the State of the Union ritual would you like to see change?
The Metrodome is almost 30 years old and may need a whole new roof. Authorities aren’t sure how long it will take to fix. Today’s Question: What would you like to see happen with the Metrodome?
A provision of the health-care reform law requires large chain restaurants to post calorie counts for items on their menus. Today’s Question: Will the calorie count on menus affect your choice of which meal to order?
One of Minnesota’s largest health plans is launching an online rating system for doctors over the objections of the state medical association. Today’s Question: Would a poor rating prompt you to consider changing doctors?