White House Scrambles for New Homeland Security Chief
As Bernard Kerik's nomination to be Secretary of Homeland Security goes down in flames, the White House is scrambling to find a replacement.
Puerto Rico's Contested Governor Race: Statehood a Key Issue
A month and a half after the election, 1.9 million paper ballots cast in Puerto Rico are spread out on tables in a warehouse in San Juan, as election workers there count the votes by hand. Meanwhile, the two major candidates head to court in Boston.
Human Trafficking: Modern Slavery
Police are increasingly uncovering human trafficking rings, where people, often from other countries, are forced into labor or sexual exploitation.
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Wrestling Through Girlhood
A new documentary focuses on the life of a young wrestler, who happens to be a girl.
This program aired on December 13, 2004.