The medical world is reacting to the Food and Drug Administration's decision last week to revoke its recommendation of a prominent cancer drug for use against breast cancer. MPR's medical analyst Dr. Jon Hallberg spoke to All Things Considered host Tom Crann about the drug and the FDA's decision.
In an effort to help prevent and reverse Diabetes, the Mayo Clinic recently released a guidebook, the Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet.
Minnesota Monthly food critic Dara Moskowitz-Grumdahl joined Tom Crann to talk about the Beaujolais Nouveau wine.
The group Give MN has released final fundraising numbers for Give to the Max day earlier this week. LaDonna Hoy the executive director of the Plymouth-based organization, told MPR's Tom Crann that money raised from the one-day event has become essential.
Vikings officials say the 30-year lease expires at the end of this football season, but others disagree.
DNR invasive species expert Luke Skinner says there are a very small number of fish in the Mississippi River, so tracking and catching them is very problematic.
There's less than a month left before Gov. Mark Dayton's deadline to resolve the Minnesota Vikings stadium issue. A solid week of talks have helped to develop a better picture of how a deal might be reached.
A political scientist discusses the conviction of two Minnesota women who provided aid to a terrorist group in Somalia, as well as the issue of how Somalis here can send money back to their homeland while ensuring they are not accidentally sending money to Al-Shabab.
Talk of Vikings move to Los Angeles looms once again.
Student wore orange to school on Unity Day Wednesday in a show of support for victims of bullying.
Book author and photographer documents Minnesota's Carnegie libraries.
A response to a previous discussion on problems caused by cormorants comes from Linda Wires, a Research Fellow at the University of Minnesota's Dept. Of Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology.
In a rare display of bi-partisanship, members from both sides of the aisle in Congress have joined forces against a common enemy: cormorants.
Macalester College geography professor William Moseley has conducted research into food insecurity and violence in the famine-stricken Horn of Africa, and he spoke about his work to the Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum at the United Nations on Monday. MPR interviewed him ahead his appearance.
A fire has left this community in Northeastern Minnesota with no grocery store and pharmacy.