Born by Surrogate: New Paths to Parenthood
She Rocked the Pentagon
The Modern Bystander Effect
Life After Columbine
Columbine at 20: Media Attention and Copycat Killers
The Wildfire That Burned Yellowstone and set off a Media Firestorm
Where the Debate Over "Designer Babies" Began
Selling the Code: Can Genetic Testing Services Really Predict Your Future?
Fixing the Code: Genetically Engineering Your DNA to Cure Disease
Finding the Code: The Race to Sequence the Human Genome and What It Means
Lobotomy: A Dangerous Fad's Lingering Effect on Mental Illness Treatment
Princess Diana Brought Attention to Land Mines, but Their Danger Lingers
The Mommy Wars
Lessons from Columbine About School Shootings and Media Misinformation
The Nanny Murder Case: Shaken Baby Syndrome on Trial
How a Standoff with the Black Panthers Fueled the Rise of SWAT
Why Waco is Still a Battleground in the 2nd Amendment Debate
Fire Safety and Chemicals in our Clothes
A Right to Die?
How Geography Drove MLK's Fight for a Ferry in Alabama
Agent Orange: Last Chapter of the Vietnam War
Her Vegetative State Caused Congress, President Bush and Even the Pope to Weigh In
Stealing J. Edgar Hoover's Secrets
Wrongly Accused of Terrorism: The Sleeper Cell That Wasn't
Six days after 9/11, the FBI’s raid on a sleeper cell signaled America’s resolve to fight terrorism. But, despite a celebrated conviction, there was one problem–they were wrong.
For teachers: This video is part of a collection of resources including four short films, each accompanied by a lesson plan and student activity.