disabilities

Global Politics

Doctors without Borders in Somalia

News of piracy often overshadows another story of Somalia: the suffering of ordinary Somalis. MSF nurse Javier Roldan started photographing the Somalis who came to the hospital in Jamaame. The result is a rare glimpse into the life of ordinary Somalis.

Global Politics

The price of genetic testing

Genetic tests can tell people whether they and their children are at risk of getting certain diseases. But that knowledge can come at a price. Anchor David Baron speaks with Brazilian genetic counselor, Mayana Zatz.

Arts, Culture & Media

The Diving Bell and The Butterly

In 1995, when a massive stroke left French magazine editor Jean-Dominique Bauby totally paralyzed, the only way he could communicate was by blinking his left eye. And that's how he dictated his memoir, The Diving Bell and The Butterfly. Kurt talks to painter and filmmaker Julian Schnabel about how he turned Bauby's book into a movie, just out on DVD.