About 64 percent of Chinese adults have experienced violence at home at some point, according to a recent study, but it remains a taboo topic.
After months of agitation by protesters, Egypt's former President Mubarak and two sons will stand trial on charges of murder, attempted murder and abuse of power. Margaret Warner discusses how the legal action could shape Egypt's transition with Arab Reform…
Independent Television News reports on the ongoing use of violent rape as a weapon of war in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the top news of the week, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's comments on torture tactics and former Vice President Dick Cheney's remarks on policy direction.
White House senior adviser David Axelrod discusses President Obama's move to block the release of detainee abuse photos, the search for a Supreme Court justice, and controversy over the president's planned speech at the University of Notre Dame.
Rick Koca created a nonprofit organization designed to help homeless children across the country. He is nominated for the Purpose Prize, which honors retirees who initiate social programs.
An organization in India is fighting forced prostitution by counseling and training women in other forms of work and helping their children so they don't follow in their mothers' footsteps. Fred de Sam Lazaro of Twin Cities Public Television provides…
Two highly anticipated studies documenting molestation problems in the U.S. Catholic Church, released Friday, reported 10,667 cases of assault on minors from 1950 to 2002.
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