Air travel officials in Europe are challenging American security requirements as burdensome and unnecessary. Today’s Question: Are security measures for air passengers too strict?
Veteran politicians say voter anger is high this year. Attack ads are crowding the airwaves. Today’s question: In the current political climate, would you ever run for office?
Iran has begun loading fuel into its first reactor, but has refused to allow inspectors to verify that its nuclear program is peaceful. Today’s Question: What should be the U.S. stance toward Iran?
In Minnesota and across the country, voters will go to the polls one week from today. Today’s Question: A week from Election Day, what issue is most important to you?
Each Monday now through the election, we’ll pose a question related to the race for governor. Today’s Question: Has political spending by outside groups in this year’s campaign been a good thing? Republican candidate Tom Emmer: Independent expenditures allow individuals and others the opportunity to express and advocate for their points of view. When done Read more →
G.M. and Ford are profitable again, and sales of American cars are up 11 percent from last year. Today’s Question: Would you be more willing these days to buy an American car?
Great Britain is making deep cuts in spending to avoid bankruptcy. France is suffering widespread strikes and demonstrations over a bid to raise its retirement age to 62. Today’s Question: Should the United States consider similar austerity measures?
Each Monday, we’ve been asking a question about an issue that’s relevant to the Minnesota race for governor. We’ve got two Mondays left before the election. Today’s Question: What question would you still like the candidates for governor to answer?
The University of Minnesota is looking for a new football coach after a disappointing start to the 2010 season and a long record of lackluster performances. Today’s Question: How important is it for the state’s flagship university to have winning sports teams?
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: What role should a governor’s religion play in his performance in office? Independence Party candidate Tom Horner: My faith is a key part of defining who I am and the values I Read more →