In the first report of a year-long partnership with National Geographic magazine examining population issues, special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from New Delhi, where rapid and unplanned population growth is exacerbating a shortage of water.
Special correspondent Jeffrey Kaye reports on Pakistani flood victims' continuing needs for food, medicine, agricultural help and other aid as winter nears.
A temporary ban on deep water oil drilling has been lifted. The moratorium was put in place after the BP spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. Judy Woodruff talks to reporter Juliet Eilperin of the Washington Post for more.
As the need for food, water and shelter continue in flood-ravaged areas of Pakistan, American aid groups are running into difficulties in getting supplies to victims. Special Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye reports from Pakistan.
As the Israelis and Palestinians grapple with direct negotiations for peace, there's another issue that is dividing them: water. Special Correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from the Middle East.
Flood levels are still rising in some parts of Pakistan and many remain in need of aid. Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News reports from a village in the southern part of Pakistan.
Even though the blown-out BP oil well in the Gulf of Mexico has been permanently sealed, Louisiana is continuing its battle against another environmental challenge: coastal erosion. Tom Bearden reports.
The U.S. is said to be the leading donor in the Pakistan floods for humanitarian aid. But militant groups are also stepping up their efforts. Suzanna Koster of GlobalPost reports from a town in Punjab.
Special correspondent Saima Mohsin reports in Pakistan on the potential health and safety concerns for the youngest victims of the country's flooding crisis.
As flooding continues to worsen in southern Pakistan, U.S. officials said that insurgents may be targeting flood relief workers there. Meanwhile, the United Nations made a plea for more aid for victims. Jim Lehrer has more.
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