How to Help Europe's Refugees; The Economics of Boredom; What Belongs in the Dictionary

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Syrian refugees demand help from Germany written on a wall at the Train Station Keleti Palyudvar on September 04, 2015 in Budapest, Hungary.

The president of the International Rescue Committee gives an update on the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe and explains how the rest of the world can help. Plus: Stephen Dubner from Freakonomics explains boredom in economic terms; The New Yorker's Jill Lepore tells a peculiar family history; the story of two war veterans; and what words belong in the dictionary.