Talking Points: The Fate Of Prince’s EstateOn Monday morning, a judge in Carver County will hold the first of what will likely be many hearings on how to settle Prince’s estate.
Talking Points: What Led To Prince’s Death?There remain many questions and unconfirmed reports about what led to Prince's death.
Talking Points: Fears Of A Contested GOP ConventionThe increasingly bitter Republican race for the White House could go all the way to the party convention in Cleveland with front-runner Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz scrambling for every single delegate.
Talking Points: Trump & The Future Of The Republican PartyThe continued protests and efforts by some Republican leaders to block Donald Trump from winning the nomination has divided the party across the country and here in Minnesota.
Talking Points: Who Can Stop Donald Trump?Trump, whose candidacy many Republican leaders once considered a joke, is poised, if he does as well as some polls predict on Super Tuesday, to all but lock up the nomination.
Talking Points: Danny Heinrich & The Search For AnswersOn Monday, Danny Heinrich, the person of interest in the Jacob Wetterling case, will appear in federal court on child pornography charges.
Talking Points: Substance Over Personal AttacksRonald Reagan used to talk about what he called the 11th Commandment: "Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.” Those days are clearly long gone, as the Republican candidates continue to trade insults on the debate stage and on the campaign trail.
Talking Points: A Look At Who’s Leading In MinnesotaMinnesota voters won't get a say in the presidential race until March 1, when the state’s caucuses will be held.
Talking Points: Cruz, Trump Lead Crowded Republican FieldThe latest polls on the Republican side show that Senator Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are leading the rest of the crowded field. The Des Moines Register Bloomberg poll has Cruz 25 percent and Donald Trump with 22 percent.
Talking Points: Franken On Paris Climate AgreementThe historic climate change agreement reached in Paris this weekend means that for the first time in history nearly every nation in the world has agreed to work towards lowering greenhouse gas emissions and slow the rate at which the earth is warming.
Talking Points: Workers' Rights In MinneapolisDebate over a controversial Minneapolis plan that creates strict scheduling and sick pay requirements for businesses is intensifying.
Talking Points: The Worst Humanitarian Crisis Of Our TimeA Minnesota organization that has been helping 2.5 million refugees a year for more than 30 years is warning that the Syrian refugee crisis could soon get worse.