The Atlantic's Caitlin Flanagan shares insights from her year-long investigation into campus Greek life for her article, "The Dark Power of Fraternities."
Filmmaker Godfrey Reggio expands on his unique approach to cinema and shares a clip from his movie "Visitors."
Congress protects American jobs by funding unnecessary weapons systems and useless military equipment.
Atheists fight to remove the steel cross displayed at the 9/11 Memorial Museum, citing "mental anguish."
Neil deGrasse Tyson gives his take on the most significant scientific discoveries of the past 35 years, from dark energy to the possibility of multiple universes.
Church attendance declines, and guest Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses his science series, "Cosmos."
A Kentucky Baptist organization announces a 25-gun giveaway to lure men back to church.
Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses his lifelong passion for astrophysics and shares a clip from his science series, "Cosmos."
Stephen says goodnight.
Bill O'Reilly ponders a Hillary Clinton presidency and suggests that women aren't fit for the office.
American everyman and supposed non-actor Chuck Duprey gives his frightening personal account of Obamacare.
"My Share of the Task" author Stanley McChrystal reflects on the future of Afghanistan and explains why he supports bringing back the draft.
Fox News commentators call attention to Hillary Clinton's age and argue that she might be too old to run for president in 2016.
Chicago artist Theaster Gates expands on his efforts to beautify abandoned spaces and revitalize poor neighborhoods.
"The Grand Budapest Hotel" star Jeff Goldblum describes the unique experience of working with director Wes Anderson.
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