The world is facing a refugee crisis of historic proportions as tens of thousands of people from war-ravaged countries risk death to cross the Mediterranean Sea. Over the weekend, a ship carrying hundreds of migrants sank in the Mediterranean—the fatal incident is thought to be the largest loss of life from any incident on the Mediterranean involving refugees and migrants. What can be done to help migrants taking the risky trip across the Mediterranean? Are Western countries doing enough to absorb the millions of refugees fleeing chaos and war? For answers and more on this story we turn to Hernan del Valle, an advocacy director for Doctors Without Borders who is now operating a medical ship in the Mediterranean, and Mark Micallef, chief reporter at Times of Malta.
An ongoing Department of Justice investigation has found that FBI forensic examiners presented faulty hair evidence in 257 trials. At least 32 of those cases carried death sentences.
Conservatives and liberals have found a common cause: Criminal justice reform. Georgia's Republican Governor, Nathan Deal, is leading the charge, making his state a model for the nation.
Famed mathematician Ada Lovelace never got to complete her life's work, the "Analytical Engine." But her story is being revived in a new graphic novel with a more happy ending.
In this special extended interview, famed primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall discusses her research and conservation efforts, and her new documentary.