Republicans try to use a secular argument to counter the pope's statement about global warming.
Al Madrigal learns about Iowa's important position in the candidate selection process.
Senator Elizabeth Warren explains how the federal government profits from the student debt crisis.
Senator Elizabeth Warren shares how clever accounting has downplayed the scope of U.S. student debt.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren describes the influence of powerful lobbyists on government.
Senator Elizabeth Warren explains how Washington, D.C., is rigged in favor of wealthy lobbyists.
New Jersey officials Chris Christie and Bob Menendez conduct suspicious business deals.
Stephen figures out who really writes the laws in Washington.
Lonn Taylor describes how Francis Scott Key wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Japan outlaws child porn -- except sexually explicit manga and anime, which are apparently fine.
Philip K. Howard discusses how special interest groups attempt to micromanage government.
Martin Gilens and Benjamin Page strategize how to tackle unequal political influence in America.
Martin Gilens and Benjamin Page examine American political beliefs and their relationship to wealth.
Martin Gilens and Benjamin Page question whether or not the United States has become an oligarchy.
Martin Gilens and Benjamin Page utilize statistics to understand the impact of wealth on politics.
Senator Elizabeth Warren explains how politics shifted over the last century to support the rich.
Elizabeth Warren shares her attempts to reform the American political system from within the Senate.
Senator Elizabeth Warren describes the improving conditions of bathrooms for women in the Senate.
As the government embraces digital technology, a lobby pressures Congress to preserve paper.
Nancy Pelosi weighs in on the incompetence of government.