The recent discovery that U.S. researchers intentionally infected Guatemalans with STDs in the 1940s spurred angry responses and an apology from President Obama to Guatemala's President Alvaro Colom. Now the directors of the CDC and the National Institutes of…
Ray Suarez speaks with Wellesley College professor Susan Reverby about her discovery of how U.S. scientists did secret syphilis experiments on Guatemalans decades ago.
In other news Friday, remnants of Tropical Storm Nicole moved up the East Coast, battering the Northeast and dumping more than 10 inches of rain in parts of Delaware County, Pa.
In other news Tuesday, al-Qaida has acknowledged that its No. 3 leader has been killed in the North Waziristan region along the Afghan-Pakistani border and Iraq's supreme court officially ratified the country's election results from last March.
Ray Suarez reports from a hospital organized by the Pan American Health Organization in the Dominican Republic, where many Haitians are seeking refuge after last week's earthquake leveled Port-au-Prince.
Seattle-based coffee company Pura Vida's core mission is to help its bean growers in Central America improve their lives. NewsHour special correspondent Lee Hochberg reports.
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