A new machine that can detect multi-drug resistant tuberculosis in record time may revolutionize treatment.
LA Times writer Richard Marosi describes his reporting on the Sinaloa drug cartel.
By Talea Miller
A new treatment for sleeping sickness, a neglected disease found in remote communities in Africa, is being developed through an innovative partnership.
Bill Neely of Independent Television News continues his series of reports on Mexico's battle against drug cartels with a look at how Monterrey, the nation's richest city, is falling victim to widespread violence.
Bill Neely of Independent Television News continues his series on Mexico's war against violent drug cartels with a profile of a 21-year old, whose first job is serving as one town's chief of police.
Bill Neely of Independent Television News reports on Mexico's continuing violent drug wars after a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent working with Mexican authorities was killed on Tuesday.
In four years, Mexico's escalating drug violence has claimed almost 30,000 lives and focused attention on border states like California and Arizona. But as correspondent Tom Bearden reports from Colorado Springs, the conflict is having a far-reaching effect.
Margaret Warner speaks with Nicholas Casey of The Wall Street Journal about how American demand for illegal drugs is stifling efforts by the Mexican government to combat cartels and end the bloody drug war.
Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal talks about Supreme Court arguments on whether drug companies that make vaccines can be sued.
A young photographer for Juarez's El Diario newspaper was gunned down as he walked to lunch, prompting his newspaper to ask of Mexico's drug cartels on the front page what they expect of journalists. Ray Suarez speaks with Angela Kocherga…
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