Some children in conflict and crisis zones are being sexually exploited by aid workers and peacekeepers, with much of the abuse going unreported and unpunished, the British non-profit group Save the Children said on Tuesday.
As her husband, New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, faces public disgrace over revelations that he frequented a prostitution ring, Silda Spitzer now shoulders a burden familiar to political wives throughout history. Essayist Anne Taylor Fleming reflects on this role.
New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer announced Wednesday he would resign from office, after being linked to a prostitution ring on Monday. Spitzer cited "private failings" for his resignation. Legal experts examine the federal investigation that led to Spitzer's downfall.
By PBS NewsHour
New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer announced his resignation Wednesday, two days after being publicly linked to an international prostitution ring.
Various New York lawmakers and newspapers called for Gov. Eliot Spitzer's resignation Tuesday, after he was linked to a prostitution ring Monday via a federal wiretap. Reporters discuss Spitzer's political career and the fallout from the scandal.
By PBS NewsHour
First-term New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer apologized Monday after reports emerged that he had been caught on a federal wire tap arranging a meeting with a high-priced prostitute in a Washington D.C. hotel.
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…
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