In Mary McDonagh Murphy's film, new facts about "To Kill a Mockingbird" and Harper Lee are uncovered, and the enduring significance of the story is discussed in interviews with Oprah Winfrey, Tom Brokaw, Anna Quindlen and many others.
Are U.S. Senators doing the formaldehyde industry's bidding?
Rachel Shteir's exhaustive new book traces shoplifting through the ages, and examines theories behind why people steal.
Writer Liao Yiwu, who spent years in prison in China, escaped this summer and will tour the U.S. as his latest book is released in English.
How being a classical clarinetist helped Eran Egozy create the wildly successful video game Guitar Hero.
The author discusses his decade old book with one of its biggest fans.
Children of multi-racial marriages can have a difficult time finding bone marrow for cancer treatment. One group is trying to make it easier.
Dancer and actress Bebe Neuwirth talks about life beyond Lilith, the repressed psychologist she played on "Cheers." She's still performing, and passing on the legacy of choreographer Bob Fosse to dance students.
Domestic violence is no longer a municipal crime in Topeka, Kansas, the latest casualty in budget wars going on at all levels of government.
Spine-tingling chills, haunted houses, vampires and werewolves -- exploring the science behind scary stuff, and debunking some myths.

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