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Southwest Airlines continued safety inspections Monday after a hole opened in a jet's fuselage last week. Judy Woodruff talks with aviation expert John Goglia for insight.
In other news Tuesday, U.N. officials reported that more than 200 people have been killed and 500 injured during unrest in Tunisia that ousted the president. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee reported that the safety of U.S. government employees in…
Judy Woodruff examines the impact of Saturday's shooting on other members of Congress with Rep. John Larson, D-Conn., and Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah.
Ray Suarez talks to the chairmen of the president's oil spill commission about how companies can adopt practices to lower the risk of another massive oil spill like the one that devastated the Gulf of Mexico.
The Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals adopted a sophisticated two-tiered testing system to examine how safe oysters are for human consumption. Bill Rodman from Louisiana Public Broadcasting reports on their findings.
A new food safety bill was among the last-minute actions in Congress this week. Jeffrey Brown gets details on what's in the bill and how it could impact farmers, food processors and regulators.
The lead investigator of the national oil spill commission said there's no evidence of BP trading dollars for safety, but a long list of errors by the companies involved in the Deepwater Horizon rig's operation were aired at a new…
Ray Suarez gives a preview of his series of Global Health Unit reports from one of the poorest countries in the world, Mozambique, where the number of cases of HIV and AIDS has strained medical and financial resources.
Celebrations took place across the world when the last Chilean miner emerged after being trapped for 69 days. ITN's Jonathan Miller recaps the euphoria captured in Chile and across the world.
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is leading efforts to reverse the "epidemic" of U.S. deaths and injuries caused by distractions while driving, including texting and phone use. He wants a federal law enacted to penalize multitasking drivers and hopes auto companies…
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