Christian extremist Anders Behring Breivik has confessed to committing the recent Norway attacks. Did insanity or pure evil trigger his actions? Host Michel Martin and psychiatrist Dr. Carl Bell discuss whether there's a link between extreme racism and mental illness.
An exhaustive study of autism in one community has found that the disorder is far more common than suggested by earlier research.The study of 55,000 children in Goyang, South Korea, found that 2.64 percent — one in every 38 children — had an autism spectrum disorder."
Earlier this month, we reported on the dramatic increase in violence at California's state psychiatric hospitals. There has been another death at the hospital in Napa — the second one there in less than six months.
In many ways, Mark Heim is a typical senior at Colorado State University. He has the kind of smart humor you'd expect from someone who excels in computer science, engineering and math; his T-shirt reads, "Department of Redundancy Department."
Advisory: This story contains a graphic description of violence.Standing in the main foyer of Burges High School in El Paso, Texas, it's easy to think you had accidentally crossed the border into Mexico.