Is China using the threat of terrorism as political cover for its repression of an ethnic minority group? Joshua Foust asks.
ProPublica reporter Joaquin Sapien discusses the federal government’s role in investigating Chinese drywall and the limited options homeowners have.
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has been missing since he was detained Sunday.
Can psychoanalysis find a home in a Confucian communist state? Dr. Elise Snyder thinks it can.
This week, we visit with parents struggling to maintain care for their developmentally disabled adult children in the face of budget cuts. Plus: where are Michael Vick’s dogs now? And: the Amy Chua phenomenon.
Jon and Alison discuss the firestorm over ‘Tiger Mom’ Amy Chua’s controversial memoir. Then, they’re joined by two journalists to discuss Hu Jintao’s visit to the U.S. this week.