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By Amna Nawaz, Lorna Baldwin, Mike Fritz, Casey Kuhn
Fisher, the actress, author and screenwriter, was perhaps as well known as an advocate for mental illness as she was for her iconic role as Princess Leia from "Star Wars." In the hours since her death, fans have shared a…
By Dan Cooney
The killing of Trayvon Martin provoked candid reflection from President Barack Obama on the subject of discrimination and American race relations. Nathan McCall, Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Bishop Harry Jackson Jr. and Michael Melton join Jeffrey Brown to continue the conversation…
In other news Monday, a judge deemed Army Maj. Nidal Hasan competent to represent himself at his trial for the 2009 deadly shootings at Fort Hood. Also, a fire at a poultry plant in China killed at least 119 people.
For his PBS NOVA documentary on the brains of rampage killers, Miles O'Brien spoke with Liza Long, the Idaho-based writer who penned the blog, "I am Adam Lanza's Mother," and her son about his struggle with mental illness.
In Zimbabwe, AIDS Orphan Samuel Gono is One in a Million…
More than 12 percent of the roughly 2 million Iraq and Afghanistan veterans were jobless last month, compared to 9 percent of the total population. As part of his reporting on Making Sen$e of financial news, Paul Solman looks at…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
A mobile health project in South Africa is using cell phone text messages to reach people in even the most remote areas of the country to encourage them to get information and counseling on HIV/AIDS.
World health experts and community leaders gathered in Toronto for the 16th International AIDS Conference. Former NewsHour correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault, who attended the conference, discusses the ideas put forth.
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