When and how should the United States or the United Nations intervene in another country's conflict? In the wake of violence in Somalia and Rwanda, the international community set out to define its moral obligations of when to intervene in a country's internal affairs.Read more ›
We know that our DNA is uniquely ours, but do we really own our own genetic information? In biobanks across the country, researchers store millions of genetic samples taken from patients and there are no clear guidelines on how to deal with the tissues and findings.Read more ›
Couples therapy isn't just stressful for those in the troubled relationship. It's hard for the professionals too, where a therapist's joining skills from individual therapy can backfire within seconds. Can couples therapy actually work? And how is the business changing to improve results?Read more ›
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Kerri Miller joined MPR News in June 2004 as host of MPR's News' Midmorning and Talking Volumes. Before that she was an award-winning television reporter for KARE 11. She has been a radio and television news reporter since 1981.
Tom Weber has reported on K12 education and served as a general assignment reporter since joining MPR News in 2008. He was a news anchor and reporter for KWMU in St. Louis for more than five years. His reporting has aired on national radio programs, including "Morning Edition" and "Marketplace."
Stephanie Curtis has produced events, daily news shows, documentaries, conferences and call-ins for MPR News. She also was among the pioneering producers who launched The Current. You can hear her discuss movies every Thursday on The Cube Critics.