The federal government has proposed new guidelines for marketing food to young people. The voluntary guidelines would aim to promote healthy food choices. Today’s Question: Should the federal government try to limit food marketing aimed at children?
There is speculation that the wedding of Britain’s Prince William and Kate Middleton could draw an even bigger worldwide audience than that of William’s parents in 1981. Today’s Question: Do the lives of the royals interest you?
Republicans at the Minnesota Capitol yesterday announced attempts to put before voters a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. Today’s Question: Should we amend the Constitution to ban same-sex marriage?
Newly leaked documents suggest that a number of detainees released from the Guantanamo Bay detention camp had been previously classified as high risk. Today’s Question: What principles should guide the disposition of Guantanamo’s inmates?
A discussion on today’s Midmorning looks at the ways music can trigger memories and emotional responses for the listener. We’d like to hear about music that you find especially expressive. Today’s Question: What piece of music stirs emotions in you?
Time Magazine has included Rep. Michele Bachmann on its list of the 100 most influential people in the world. Today’s Question: What Minnesotans would you rank among the world’s most influential people?
For Christians, this is Holy Week. For Jews, it’s Passover. It is a time when people of faith, of lapsed faith or of no faith might contemplate their religious and spiritual practices. Today’s Question: Do you pray?
Minnesota legislators have proposed a law to deny driver’s licenses to high school dropouts. The sponsors say their goal is to give young people one more reason to stay in school. Today’s Question: What do you think of linking school attendance and driving privileges?
Last year, two-thirds of students who earned bachelor’s degrees graduated in debt. And total student-loan debt surpassed total credit card debt for the first time. Today’s Question: When does a college education no longer seem worth the cost?
This weekend saw the premiere of the film treatment of “Atlas Shrugged,” a book that many readers say was influential in their lives. Today’s Question: What single book was most influential in your life?