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The latest Frontline -- airing Tuesday on many PBS stations -- confronts the complicated end-of-life decisions that patients, families and doctors must face. This excerpt shows the tough decision-making surrounding one patient's grim prognosis at the Mount Sinai Medical Center…
New international investment and steady growth have made Mozambique a promising African economy, but little of that change has trickled down to the citizens, many of whom still struggle to afford staple foods.In the first of three reports, Ray Suarez…
Jon Snow of Independent Television News revisits some places he went after Haiti's deadly earthquake earlier this year to see how the recovery effort is going.
Tropical Storm Tomas is heading toward Haiti, where more than a million people are still homeless after a deadly earthquake earlier this year. Kyle Morris of Independent Television News has more.
Many Republicans campaigned on a platform that included a plan to "repeal and replace" the health reform law. What happens now that they've regained control of the House? Jeffrey Brown gets three views on what's ahead in Washington.
In a country still very much identified with its civil war that ended 15 years ago, the leading cause of death among Bosnian women is breast cancer. Special correspondent Kira Kay reports on efforts to stop the deadly disease.
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.
Health correspondent Betty Ann Bowser looks at the impact of the health reform bill President Obama signed into law six months ago, what changes are set to take effect this week and how some Americans are already using the law's…
Sarah Shourd, one of three American hikers who were arrested and accused of spying by Iran, was released from prison on $500,000 bail after being held for 410 days. The fate of the two others remains in limbo.
Pakistan is struggling to assess the aftermath of its recent flood crisis, and may need more international aid. Jeffery Brown talks to philanthropy and humanitarian experts about whether the aid delivered so far has been enough.
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