Family members are showing up at a suburban Denver high school where witnesses to a mass shooting at a movie theater were taken.
Twenty five thousand AIDS experts and activists will descend on Washington DC this weekend for the International Aids Conference. We speak with Dr. Anthony Fauci about a possible cure, and to a 23-year-old American woman whose mother died of AIDS.
Rebecca Fedeli was in the theater next door to where the fatal shooting occurred and describes the scene.
More than half of the country is baking in drought conditions. Author Alex Prud’homme says Americans have to change how we use water.
We speak with U.S. Olympic rower Natalie Dell, who trained in Boston, where she also worked helping veterans with PTSD.
President Obama delivers the commencement address this weekend at Morehouse College, the all-male historically black college. The school’s president discusses recent controversies and challenges.1 Comment | more »
Failures in mental health care mean that often the only way to get help for a loved one is to call the police. We speak with a journalist about the tragic consequences for her family.18 Comments | more »