Devastating Tornado Rips Through Oklahoma City | What the James Rosen Case Says About the Freedom of the Press | Congressional Investigation: Apple Avoided Billions of Dollars in Taxes | As Syrian Conflict Deepens, Violence Bleeds into Iraq and Lebanon | Oklahoma City Tornado: 200 M.P.H. Winds, EF-4 on Fujita Scale
The IRS Scandal: The Criminal Investigation | How Long Will the War on Terror Last? | Afghanistan and the Struggle to Walk Away | Tornadoes Tear Through the Midwest | Does Medicare Part D Care About Safety? | Why We Stay When We Know We Should Leave | Yahoo to Buy Social Media Site Tumblr
The IRS Scandal: Who Gets Tax-Exempt Status? | Your Questions About the Affordable Care Act, Answered | 'David's Inferno': Depression's Lessons | 50 Years Later, the Birmingham Class of 1963 Finally Gets a Prom | From 'Spinal Tap' to 'Family Tree,' the Wild Worlds of Christopher Guest | New Movie Releases: "Star Trek Into Darkness" | Star Trek: Past, Present and Future | Russia Sends More Advanced Missiles to Assad Regime
Sexual Assault in the Military: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s Proposals for Change | Obama Administration Tries to Juggle Multiple Crises | Oregon Leading the Way on Implementation of Affordable Care Act | Implementing the Affordable Care Act in Massachusetts | Revisiting the Tailhook Sexual Assault Scandal
The House Votes to Repeal Obamacare for the 37th Time | The Affordable Care Act, from a State that's Embraced It | U.S. Seizes A.P.'s Phone Records: Media Surveillance and the Law | American Diplomat Suspucted of Espionage Detained by Russian Authorities | Immigration, Race and Hair, Through Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie's Eyes | A Look Inside the World of the ICU
Is Angelina Jolie's Medical Choice Available to All Women? | Rep. Keith Ellison on Islamophobia and Home-Grown Terrorism | The Music Scene of Minneapolis |The Death of American Liberalism? | How does the Affordable Care Act Affect Independent Care Providers? | Google's Vision for “The New Digital Age"
Local Perspectives on the Affordable Care Act | Historic Election Marks Transition in Pakistan | Affordable Care Act: Listeners Respond |The Death of American Liberalism? | Department Audit Reveals I.R.S. Targeted Tea Party Groups | The Human Element of Health Care
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick on the Boston Marathon Attack and Investigation | Cleveland's Puerto Rican Community Reacts to Kidnappings | American Sentenced in North Korea | Movie Date: 'Peeples' and 'The Great Gatsby' | The Drama and Lasting Influence of 'The Great Gatsby' | Isabella Rossellini's 'Mammas'
How is Marijuana Culture Changing in This Country? | What it Might Take to Reinvent the Wheel | Lessons From a Female Union Electrician | The Rise of Bike Culture | Punk Fashion: From the Streets to the Met
Genetically Engineering Glowing Plants | Revisiting Benghazi | What is the Most Perfectly Average City in America? | Karen Peetz on Breaking the Glass Ceiling | South Carolina Elects Ex-Governor Mark Sanford to Congress | Ray Harryhausen, Special Effects Master, Dies at 92 | Cleveland Alarmed After Abduction Case | Secretary of State Kerry in Moscow for Talks on Syria | The Syrian Conflict According to Assad's Prisoners
From Technology to Agriculture, Immigration Reform and American Workers | Trespassing, Vandalism, and Peace Activism in Oak Ridge | Archaeologists Uncover Ruins of Roman London beneath Bloomberg Site | Archaeologists Uncover Ruins of Roman London beneath Bloomberg Site | Should the US Provide Weapons to Syrian Opposition?
Syria: Israeli Airstrikes Escalate Tensions | Responses: How do you Define 'Justice' today in America? | Padmasree Warrior on Why She Doesn't Believe in Work-Life Balance | Iran Eying the Conflict in Syria Nervously | Teen Diaries and the Power of Being Your Own Storyteller | Listening in on "The Lives of Other Citizens"
In this special episode, The Takeaway examines the concepts of law and justice, from the abstract principles of Plato's Athens to the concrete challenges of achieving justice in multicultural, modern America.
Law professor Jeffrey Rosen explores the constitutional questions in the jurisdictional no man's land of Guantanamo Bay; Robin Steinberg, executive director of the Bronx Defenders, describes the obstacles to justice in the public defense system; Janice Kelsey, a participant in the 1963 Children's Crusade to protest segregation in Birmingham, Alabama, remembers finding justice through the Civil Rights Movement; Professors David Miller and Martha Nussbaum explore the ancient underpinnings of our modern justice system, and the challenges of finding justice in a multicultural society; and, finally, a story of what happens when justice fails with Kirk Bloodsworth, a former death row inmate who was exonerated on DNA evidence.
Friends of Boston Bombing Suspect Charged | Major U.S. Companies Profiting from Labor Brokers Who Drive Down Workers' Wages | Could the Failure of Gun Control Legislation Portend Failure for Immigration Reform | Obama Visits Mexico, With Focus on Trade and Immigration, Not Drugs | Paying Pregnancy Women to Quit Smoking | Can Facebook be Used to Predict and Fight Obesity?
With 70,000 Syrians Dead, Why are Chemical Weapons the Game Changer? | Chemical Weapons in Syria: Israel Responds | The Medical Ethics of Force-Feeding Guantanamo Hunger Strikers | A Royal Example | The Newest Fight Over Wounded Knee, South Dakota | Hope that the Tragedy in Bangladesh Will Inspire Change