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Conflict & Justice

Ohio bans foreign outsourcing

The governor of Ohio has signed an executive order banning the outsourcing of government IT projects to foreign countries, like India. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Kartikay Mehrotra, a business reporter with the Indian national daily Indian Express.

Politics

Retiring at 60 in France

The French parliament passed controversial reforms to its pension system last week. The biggest change? The minimum retirement age would rise from 60 to 62. Reporter Anita Elash spent some time with one couple who retired at 60 and sent this story.

Conflict & Justice

Canadian prostitution law

A judge in Canada has struck down key parts of the country's federal anti-prostitution laws. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Terri-Jean Bedford, a self-described dominatrix and one of the litigants in the case.

Politics

Life in Brazil's favelas

President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva says that during his administration millions of people were lifted out of poverty, including those living in Rio's notorious favelas. Reporter Jason Strother visited the Rocinha favela, to find out what residents think.

Politics

Resorting to prostitution in Haiti

The World's Amy Bracken speaks with a number of women in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, who say that in the aftermath of the earthquake, they've been forced to resort to a job they never imagined doing � prostitution.