A Florida inmate has become the longest-serving prisoner to be exonerated using DNA evidence. Jeffrey Brown reports.
Spencer Michels reports from Richmond, Calif., where a teen girl was gang raped while dozens of people looked on without offering help.
Secretary of State Clinton condemned sexual abuse by Congolese soldiers and rebels against civilians. A women's rights advocate describes the scope of the atrocities.
A report looks at international peacekeeping efforts in the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo, where Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited this week.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The Supreme Court on Wednesday outlawed executions of people convicted of raping a child and reduced the $2.5 billion punitive damages award in the 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster to $500 million.
Twenty-two states have laws that restrict where convicted sex offenders may live and, in some cases, how they interact with the community after they are released from prison. Jeffrey Kaye reports on the laws and the constitutional questions they've raised.
A U.S. program to curb AIDS in Africa is having success providing antiretroviral drugs to AIDS patients in Rwanda -- particularly pregnant women and newborns. Health correspondent Susan Dentzer begins a series of reports examining the impact of the American…
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…
Refugees International visited several camps in Darfur, Sudan, where fighting between the government and rebel groups has forced at least 25,000 more people to flee their homes and enter the camps. Ken Bacon, President of Refugees International, talks about the…
In a federal court in Kentucky Thursday, former army private Steven Green pleaded not guilty to murder and rape charges stemming from an incident in the Iraqi town of Mahmoudiya in March. A New York Times writer discusses the charges…
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