A century after his term in office, many of Wilson's ideals remain deeply divisive.
Historian Amy Werbel, author of the new book 'Lust on Trial,' explores the divisive and influential career of Anthony Comstock.
Tyrants, it turns out, like to write. And they like to force people to read their books.
Across the country, librarians drive around 650 bookmobiles, providing a vital service in rural areas with limited access to libraries and the internet. Most importantly, says a Kentucky librarian Sandra Hennessee, her bookmobile helps provide a sense of community.