The father of Sandy Hook gunman Adam Lanza spoke out for the first time since the December 2012 massacre, telling Andrew Solomon that the family and professionals whose care his son was under missed signs leading up to the shooting. Solomon tells Don Dahler that Peter Lanza said his son's Asperger's diagnosis may have masked his mental illness.
Ratings are a high-dollar question in the movie business. Whether a movie is rated R or PG-13 is often a question of how much sex, profanity and violence is in a movie. Jim Axelrod spoke with Joan Graves, who oversees the ratings board for the Motion Picture Association of America, about how ratings are decided.