According to a recent Pentagon report, there were 154 suicides among active-duty troops in the first 155 days of this year. In this video, Ashley Gilbertson documents call responders working for the Department of Veteran Affairs in Canandaigua, N.Y., who are talking vets back from the edge.
An investigation of readmission penalties, an element of the Affordable Care Act designed to reduce costs and lead to more coordinated healthcare. Ray Suarez hosts.
This week’s show explores genocide and how to punish those who perpetrate it. We report from Cambodia, where former leaders of the Khmer Rouge are being tried for the mass murders committed decades ago. Author Philip Gourevitch talks to host Ray Suarez.
As Cambodians try to understand the almost impossible level of violence that swept their nation decades ago, they may be left pondering this one final question: is imperfect justice better than no justice at all?
New Yorker staff writer and author Philip Gourevitch talks to Ray Suarez about what can be done to stop genocide and punish those responsible.
The director of the crimes against humanity program at Human Rights First tells us why the United States must prevent genocide.
Should the U.S. intervene in cases of genocide, even if that means risking American soldiers? Vote in our poll.