Tuesday November 14, 2017
9 a.m.- MPR News with Kerri Miller.
What might this scandal mean to Alabama voters? MPR News host Kerri Miller talks with Eric Velasco, an Alabama journalist whose article, “Why Alabamans are Defending Roy Moore,” was just published in Politico.
9:15 a.m. – Author Louise Erdrich talks about returning to a novel she thought might be lost. “Future Home of the Living God” is a speculative fiction project that sat dormant for eight years before being given a breath of new life.
10 a.m. – 1A with Joshua Johnson.
Opioids in West Virginia
Huntington, West Virginia has been called the country’s overdose capital. Three women there are fighting back. How a judge, a fire chief & an outreach worker are tackling the opioid crisis.
11 a.m. – MPR News with Tom Weber
How much do you trust Minnesota institutions?
MPR host Tom Weber will lead a conversation about how much Minnesotans trust two different and essential institutions: The police and the media. Our Ground Level survey results show that only 43 percent of Minnesotans think the media is doing the right thing all or most of the time. A far higher percentage of Minnesotans trust the police – 76 percent – but where residents live and how much money they make can affect how much trust they have in law enforcement.
Guests: Andi Egbert, Senior Research Associate APM Research Lab and Analyst Group; Ruben Rosario, Columnist, St. Paul Pioneer Press; John Hinderaker, President, Center of the American Experiment; Kassira Absar, Research Associate, APM Research Lab and Analyst Group
12 p.m. – MPR News Presents
From the America Abroad series. “Made in America: Trade Policy in the Trump Era.” An exploration of how the U.S. forms trade policies, how it uses international trade to influence other countries and promote stability, and how it balances domestic economic interests with foreign policy interests.
3 p.m. – All Things Considered
Segments include a focus on guns and public health, environmental discrimination against Native Americans, the new world of lobbying, the effect of the proposed tax plans on grad students, and why depression and suicide is rising among young teen girls.