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Panel: America's immigration policies

Panel: America's immigration policies

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How do we fix immigration reform?

American Voices: Sadia Hameed

American Voices: Sadia Hameed

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Sadia Hameed of Human Rights First on why the U.S. must prevent genocide.

Imperfect justice in Cambodia

Imperfect justice in Cambodia

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NTK reports from Cambodia, where former Khmer Rouge leaders are being tried.

Philip Gourevitch on crimes against humanity

Philip Gourevitch on crimes against humanity

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The New Yorker's Philp Gourevitch on preventing genocide.

Health care reform and the ER

Health care reform and the ER

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Peter Smulowitz, M.D., says ER visits increased immediately after Mass. health reform.

Support the sisters

Support the sisters

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Colorful posters and chants at a protest against the Vatican crackdown on American nuns.


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John Whitton, Paul Larino, and Maria Le Fort taught at Brockton High School for more than 30 years and are now retired. We interviewed them for our segment about the school's innovative literacy program. After the interview, we talked to them and Dr. Susan Szachowicz, the principal, to come up with a "script" that can be used by teachers at other schools looking to replicate Brockton's success.

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