"Super Saturday" approaches On Saturday DFL activists will meet at more than 30 county and senate district conventions. They'll choose delegates to the state convention who will vote in June to endorse a U.S. Senate candidate.5:50 p.m.
Director hopes Minnesota-made movie leads to healing A movie shot around the Fond du Lac reservation in northern Minnesota will gets its first public screening at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. The film, "Older than America," is an uncompromising drama about Indian boarding schools.5:54 p.m.
Union battle heats up in A.G. Swanson's office Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson and many of her employees are at odds over a union organization effort within the office. Some employees say they've faced harassment and intimidation for their union support.6:20 p.m.
National Public Radio Stories
Miami Condo Mess Brings 'Vultures,' More Bad News
Over the last several years, developers have run wild in Miami: Dozens of new high-rise condo projects are going up downtown. At the same time, foreclosures have doubled, sales have slowed to a trickle, and prices are dropping.
U.N.'s Man in Darfur Addresses New Crisis
The last few weeks have seen disturbing new violence in Sudan's troubled Darfur region. Michael Gaouette, leader of a U.N. team responsible for a new peacekeeping force in Darfur, speaks with Melissa Block.
Robert Frost Lectures Find Fresh Audience
Poet Robert Frost gave a series of informal lectures at Dartmouth College in 1947. Transcripts are now being published, using recordings that were in college's archives for decades.
Unemployment Report Shows Economic Frailty
Though the nation's unemployment rate fell to 3.8 percent in February, employers actually cut payrolls by a net 63,000 jobs. The rate fell because so many people decided to stop looking for work — a new sign of weakness in the economy.
California Jobs Hit Hard by Housing Woes
California's employment picture has been soured by the housing meltdown. Jobs are being lost in construction and in financial services. Rachael Myrow reports for member station KQED in San Francisco.
Montana Governor on 'Real ID' Act
Montana is one of several states that have balked at a federal law requiring states to issue tamper-proof identification cards to residents. Gov. Brian Schweitzer discusses his state's opposition.
Leaving North Korea for New Lives
A steady trickle of refugees and defectors continues to leave North Korea. And after often harrowing escapes, refugees face daunting challenges fitting into South Korea. Young defectors face many challenges.
Bassist Reflects on Taking Music to North Korea
Jon Deak, a bass player with the New York Philharmonic, performed in North Korea last week. Among the highlights was the performance of a 12-year-old composer's work. Deak tells Melissa Block about his experience.
Scrabble at 60
As the game of Scrabble turns 60, the business of Scrabble remains serious. Wall Street Journal sportswriter Stefan Fatsis, who chronicled the world of Scrabble in his book Word Freak, talks with Robert Siegel.