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  • This August 25, 2011 photo shows the sky
    March 18, 2015  

    In the United States, the best cities for making a living are usually the least affordable. Minneapolis-St. Paul has been an exception, thanks in part to progressive laws on education, tax sharing and housing. But even in the Twin Cities, there’s a sharp racial inequality gap. Judy Woodruff interviews writer Derek Thompson as part of a collaboration between The Atlantic and the PBS NewsHour. Continue reading

  • December 9, 2011  

    In Minnesota, St. Paul’s Penumbra Theatre Company is putting on a production of “I Wish You Love,” on the life and times of Nat King Cole. Twin Cities Public Television takes a look behind the scenes of the production and the company’s history of fighting marginalization and producing productions to raise social consciousness. Continue reading

  • September 4, 2008  

    Sen. John McCain reached out to independents and disaffected Democrats in his acceptance speech Thursday at the Republican convention in St. Paul, Minn. McCain also detailed his experience as a prisoner of war and criticized Russia for its role in the recent Georgian conflict. Following are his words as prepared for delivery. Continue reading