disabilities

Arts, Culture & Media

Super-centenarians

The title of world's oldest person now belongs to a Japanese woman living in Okinawa. She's 114 years old. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Stephen Coles, director of the Gerontology Research Group at UCLA. He keeps track of the world's super-centenarians.

Global Politics

Soldiering On, Part I

In the first of this two part series, Soldiering On, The World's Katy Clark visits a pilot program in Jacksonville, Florida that helps disabled Veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan re-enter society with the help of education and work-training.

Lifestyle & Belief

Away game in Afghanistan

Jess Markt is a member of the New York Rolling Knicks, a wheelchair basketball franchise team. He recently returned from a trip to Afghanistan, and he speaks with anchor Marco Werman about the conditions and coaching players there.

Arts, Culture & Media

Super-centenarians

The title of world's oldest person now belongs to a Japanese woman living in Okinawa. She's 114 years old. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Stephen Coles, director of the Gerontology Research Group at UCLA. He keeps track of the world's super-centenarians.

Global Politics

Soldiering On, Part I

In the first of this two part series, Soldiering On, The World's Katy Clark visits a pilot program in Jacksonville, Florida that helps disabled Veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan re-enter society with the help of education and work-training.

Lifestyle & Belief

Away game in Afghanistan

Jess Markt is a member of the New York Rolling Knicks, a wheelchair basketball franchise team. He recently returned from a trip to Afghanistan, and he speaks with anchor Marco Werman about the conditions and coaching players there.