Jonathan Lethem's latest book is an inside look at his thoughts on literature, he talks to us about what inspires him, and how he feels about tough critics.
Genetic screenings can help doctors catch issues early but they can also put a huge burden on families.
Welcome to Culture Crash, a new segment where we examine literature, film and entertainment to explore issues and trends affecting the country.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-18
Two educators give tips we can all use to identify lies online and keep ourselves informed by only the truth.
We talk to two experts about some notable explorers of the past and ways you can see the world through fresh eyes yourself.
We discuss the current status of public schooling for autistic students and how the systems in place can be optimized to help students grow even more.
Yankees historian Marty Appel talks about the life of Casey Stengel, who spent over 50 years in professional baseball and won 8 World Series titles
We talk to a family law attorney who has written extensively about cohabitation to find out how society and the courts view cohabitation relationships.
We talk to two writers about the more modern immigrant journey.
Dr. Kerry Emanuel explains what makes scientists so certain greenhouse gasses are to blame for climate change and how the problem can be addressed in a way that creates jobs.
America is facing a literacy problem. We talk to several experts who suggest that we may simply be teaching the skill incorrectly.