A lawyer specializing in the First Amendment talks about the current heroes and threats to the freedom of speech.
After an 80-day detention by the Chinese Government, artist Ai Weiwei was released on bail. The government accused the artist of economic crimes, such as evading taxes and destroying documents.
Alabama has passed the most severe anti-immigration law in the country, while Massachusetts has pulled out of federal immigration enforcement programs.
An unresolved tax dispute is making it impossible for many Indonesians to watch Hollywood films. And Indonesian theaters are suffering.
Almost 350 years ago, Harvard University graduated its first Native American student. Author Geraldine Brooks imagines his experience in the unfamiliar, Puritan culture of the university.
Robert Lopez, who teamed up with South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker to create the new musical Book of Mormon, plays some of the songs from the show.
Barack Obama has spoken openly about his support of equal rights for gay couples, but some are questioning his support for gay rights.
Alec Loorz, a 16-year-old, started the group Kids vs. Global Warming at 12. Now he's suing the federal government to try to help clean up the environment.
Throughout economic downturns, children tend to get worse grades, according to the National Bureau of Economic Research.
The Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit brought by six states, including New York, that sought to regulate greenhouse gasses from major power plants.