How Watergate and Citizens United Shaped Campaign Finance Law
Covid Deaths Left Orphans. The Stress of That Loss May Carry With It Lifelong Risks.
Extremism in America: Out of the Shadows
Extremism in America: A Surge in Violence
Extremism in America: Missed Warnings
Extremism in America: The Oklahoma City Bombing
Extremism in America: Emergence of The Order
How Prop. 187 Transformed the Immigration Debate and California Politics
Bringing Midwifery Back to Black Mothers
Why the Cold War Race for Nuclear Weapons Is Still a Threat
Shamed by Sex, Survivors of the Purity Movement Confront the Past
How Decades of Housing Discrimination Hurts Fresno in the Pandemic
Tenants Facing Eviction Over Covid-19 Look to a 1970s Solution
The Domestic Violence Case That Turned Outrage Into Action
How Black Women Fought Racism and Sexism for the Right to Vote
Coronavirus Reignites a Fight Over Rights of Detained Migrant Children
Our Appetite for Beef Is Growing. So Are Climate Worries.
Meatless Burgers Are on Trend. Eating to Save the World Has a Long History.
Teaching Teens About Sex: The Decades-Old Debate over Abstinence-Only
AIDS: From Ryan White to Today's Silent Epidemic
Trump’s Immigration Rhetoric Echoes a Bitter Fight from the 90s
Hard Risks: Concussions in Sports, From the Boxing Ring to the Gridiron
A New Housing Program to Fight Poverty has an Unexpected History
Could a Simple Intervention Fight a Suicide Crisis?
LSD Gets Another Look
Online All the Time? Researchers Predicted It.
Israel Survived an Early Challenge With War Planes Smuggled by U.S. Vets
Columbine at 20: Media Attention and Copycat Killers
Perp Walks: When Police Roll Out the Blue Carpet
Future of Gaming
The Roots of Evangelicals’ Political Fervor
For Private Prisons, Detaining Immigrants Is Big Business
Where the Debate Over "Designer Babies" Began
Old Attitudes on Addiction Are Changing. So Are Treatments.
What History Can Teach Us About Mass Killings
Myths and Misperceptions about Eating Disorders
How ISIS Resembles the Doomsday Cults of the 1970s
Future of Work
Sanctuary Cities: An Uproar That Began Long Ago
Could You Patent the Sun?
Violence in the Amazon: Why Protecting the Rainforest is Still a Fight
Activating a Generation: From Live Aid to the Ice Bucket Challenge
How Zero Tolerance Blurred the Lines Between Schools and Criminal Justice
A Change of Heart
Argentina's Stolen Babies, and the Grandmothers Leading the Search
Lessons from Columbine About School Shootings and Media Misinformation
Transgender Rights: A Decades-long Struggle for Equality
He's the only CIA Contractor to be Convicted in a Torture-related Case
The story of the first and only interrogator connected to the CIA to be convicted in a torture-related case.
For teachers: This video is part of a collection of resources including four short films, each accompanied by a lesson plan and student activity.