The play "A Speaker's Progress" is a rare opportunity for American audiences to experience Arab dissent on stage. Sulayman Al Bassam is the writer behind A new book reveals the very human stories behind inhuman acts of terror. Ken Ballen is the author of Terrorists in Love.
Robb Willer is a Social Psychologist at the University of California at Berkeley. He's one of the authors of a new study that indicates that people who embarrass easily are perceived as more trustworthy and generous...and that there might be something to that perception.
As NHPR’s Elaine Grant reports, social welfare leaders are worried about the children who won’t be served. But state health officials are applauding the moves the state has made to keep children at home.
This month’s installment of our 11 for '11 series of big picture conversations on the issues of our times. Today, we talk with Harvard experimental psychologist Stephen Pinker about his new book, Better Angels of Our Nature, about the history of violence, and why it's declined.
An investigative series in the Concord Monitor reveals the stories behind the unprecedented number of mentally ill shooting victims by New Hampshire police. Annmarie Timmins and Maddie Hanna are the reporters behind it.