Good Question: What Is The History Behind 'I Have A Dream'?It is one of the most famous lines in one of history’s most famous speeches – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s August 1963 speech during the March on Washington.
Good Questions: Inauguration, Cake & Driving With EarbudsIt's Friday, and Heather Brown is answering your Good Questions. This week, she investigates the inauguration, cake and driving with earbuds.
Good Question: How Do Glasses & Contacts Work?Three-quarters of Americans wear some sort of corrective lenses. They put on glasses or put in contacts each morning, but usually have no idea how the lenses help them see.
Good Question: Why Do We Weigh Less In The Morning?Have you ever weighed yourself at night and then again in the morning? You've likely noticed you're a few pounds lighter.
Good Question: How Do Our Cars Protect Us?When the weather gets bad, crash numbers on Minnesota roads pile up. Often times, these bad wrecks destroy cars, but the drivers and passengers inside survive.
Good Question: What Is The Process For Confirming Cabinet Picks?On Tuesday, the Senate will begin its confirmation hearings for President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet picks. Up first are the nominees for attorney general and secretary of homeland security. Four committees meet on Wednesday and another five on Thursday.
Good Question: What's Happening To Retail, And What Stores Are Successful?After World War II, malls were all the rage as people moved from the cities to the suburbs. A generation later, big box stores like Wal-Mart and Target took over in popularity.
Good Question: Why Is Everything More Expensive At The Airport?An MSP official says they allow vendors to charge 10 percent over what local malls would charge for the same or similar item.
Good Question: How Do Birds Survive Minnesota Winters?Not all Minnesota birds head for warmer temperatures in the winter. Birds like woodpeckers, sparrow, crows, hawks and some robins end up sticking it out up north.
Good Question: How Can A Person Develop Better Habits?It's day two of the new year – so, when it comes to resolutions, so good, so far. One highly-cited study has shown three-quarters of people who make resolutions can keep it up for a week. Only 20 percent can make them last two years.
Good Questions: Toilet Bowl Water, Wrapping Paper & Runny NosesIt's Friday, and we're answering your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates toilet bowl water, recycling wrapping paper and runny noses.
Good Question: What Happens To Your Body During A Hangover?New Year's Eve happens to fall on a Saturday this year. That means a number of people will be laying low all Sunday long.

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