Psychologist Jonathan Haidt can tell you why you feel so righteous about your politics, but will you listen?
PBS looks at the radical environmentalists whose turn to terrorism discredited their quixotic campaign in "If a Tree Falls."
In the documentary film "Welcome to Shelbyville," a small Tennessee town deals with an influx of residents from Somalia.
"Academically Adrift," a new book on the failures of higher education, finds that undergrads don't study, and professors don't make them.
The PBS documentary "Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story" asks the question: Who is responsible when family and society so fail a promising child that she turns to prostitution and murder in her teens?
New books "Self Comes to Mind" and "On Second Thought" examine the origins of consciousness, and the unconscious pulls that influence our behavior.
"Stretched Thin," "Both Hands Tied," and "The War on Welfare" are three new books that highlight welfare reform's failure to address the enduring poverty of single mothers and their children.