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Guatemala has become an epicenter of violence in Central America, and violence against women in particular has hit record levels. Ray Suarez and the NewsHour's Global Health Unit have the first of two reports from Guatemala with a look at programs aimed at stopping a long history of domestic violence.
An expert explains what to do to neutralize those concerns.
A timeline of the Greely expedition from 1881 to their rescue in 1884.
Ray Suarez reports on the North African nation of Morocco, where the country's king is attempting to stave off protests with a series of constitutional reforms.
Using grizzly bears in the Pacific Northwest as a proxy for the benefits salmon deliver to ecological communities, a new study argues that letting more salmon migrate into coastal streams will lead to downstream improvements for the ecosystem and eventually the offshore salmon catch.
A geriatrician says doctors should pay less attention to the numbers.
Tensions between the United States and Iran were further heightened Monday as Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vowed that Iran wouldn't relinquish its nuclear program, despite economic damage from sanctions. Also, an Iranian court sentenced to death a U.S.-born Iranian man charged with spying for the CIA. Margaret Warner reports.
A federal appeals court late Wednesday issued an emergency stay of a judge's order halting the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy, temporarily granting the Obama administration's request for a freeze on the order.
The economy added 216,000 jobs to the payroll in March, and the unemployment rate ticked down a notch to 8.8 percent, according to reports released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Friday morning.
If Democrats score an upset victory in a special House election Tuesday in upstate New York, they'll claim it was all about rejecting the GOP budget plan and its controversial overhaul of Medicare.