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Helping countries in need of water

Helping countries in need of water

09/27/14 02:49PM

The "War for the World Act" sets a deadline for global strategies and provides U.S. aid to countries hardest hit by a water shortage. Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Oregon, who is sponsoring the bill, joins to discuss. watch

Cycling to advance women's rights

Cycling to advance women's rights

09/20/14 03:52PM

Founder and president of Mountain- to- Mountain Shannon Galpin talks about her passion for helping women in regions of conflict and her memoir “Mountain to Mountain: A Journey of Adventure and Activism for the Women of Afghanistan.” watch

Does the US need to rethink ransom policy?

Does the US need to rethink ransom policy?

09/20/14 03:43PM

Former prisoner in Iran and co-author of “A Silver Light: Three Americans Imprisoned in Iran” Sarah Shourd shares her story and her thoughts on next steps the U.S. should take to prevent the executions of Westerners by ISIS. watch

Does Roger Goodell need to go?

Does Roger Goodell need to go?

09/20/14 03:31PM

Brain Trust: Tanya Young Williams, Terence Moore, and Lisa Bloom join Betty Nguyen to talk about the NFL fallout and respond to Commissioner Roger Goodell’s announcement Friday. watch

National lockdown underway in Sierra Leone

National lockdown underway in Sierra Leone

09/20/14 03:17PM

NYU School of Medicine’s Dr. Devi Nampiaparampil discusses the continuing concern surrounding the Ebola outbreak, as the hard-hit country of Sierra Leone this weekend begins a national lockdown. She also talks about what parents need to know about the ent watch

Undocumented kids starting school nationwide

Undocumented kids starting school nationwide

09/20/14 02:51PM

Between January and July of 2014, more than 37,000 undocumented immigrant children crossed the southern border into the U.S. Vice Chairman of the Fairfax County school board Ted Velcoff talks about its impact on Fairfax county schools, where they are teac watch

How virtual therapy could help fight PTSD

How virtual therapy could help fight PTSD

09/20/14 02:44PM

Gale Lucas and Skip Rizzo of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies explain their big idea behind a computer named “Ellie” that has the ability to identify people at risk for PTSD. It’s called virtual therapy. watch

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