Curing blindness in India and at Kewa Pueblo
Dr. Fernando Stein
President, American Academy of Pediatrics
Immigrant children in American detention
Monday 4/3 Dr. Fernando Stein, President, American Academy of Pediatrics, Immigrant children in American detention
WEDNESDAY 3/15 MIKE GALLAGHER, ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL, Trump’s wall won’t stop illegal narcotics.
University of New Hampshire Institute on Disabilities
Kids with special needs, and the classroom programs for them
TUESDAY 3/14 DAN HABIB, University of New Hampshire Institute on Disabilities, Kids with special needs, and the classroom programs for them.
Dr. Andrew Lustig
Global Outreach Doctors
Providing medical care for refugees from the Battle for Mosul
Dr. Andrew Lustig – Global Outreach Doctors – Providing medical care for refugees near Mosul.
National political reporter Nina Burleigh looks at the interests that influence the “repeal and replace” of Obamacare
The new killer drug from China. Erika Kinetz broke the story from Shanghai.
An investigative blockbuster from George Polk Award winner Lenny Bernstein of the Washington Post.. how the DEA was derailed by politics.
Years of research and deep personal experiences went into John Donvan and Caren Zucker’s IN A DIFFERENT KEY: THE STORY OF AUTISM. It’s a history of the attempts of medical science to diagnose and treat the condition, and of autistic people and their families to deal with its real-world complications.
8 out of 10 of the Judges who run the state of New Mexico’s Elder Guardianship program have more than 1000 cases on their books. What kind of a job can they do? Don’t leave it to your imagination,,,hear the answer from syndicated columnist Diane Dimond who came home to Albuquerque to shake things up.
Amy Ellis Nutt
A spike of suicides of White women in Southern Colorado
2 Princeton economists discovered the statistical evidence – White Americans have been dying unnaturally young in the United States, especially in poor, rural and small town America. The Washington Post has been detailing the human lives behind the numbers. Pulitzer Prize winner Amy Ellis Nutt went to Durango, Colorado, where suicides among White women have been surging.
Lenny Bernstein, George Polk Award winner
The Washington Post
Reprehensible DEA failure
A scandal so reprehensible you’ll be amazed you never knew about it. The Washington Post’s investigative reporter Lenny Bernstein reveals how, at the very peak of America’s epidemic of opiate addiction, the Obama Administration and Republicans in Congress combined to gut the DEA’s strategy to contain it. The choice was simple: to exempt the 3 oligarchs of the American drug distribution industry from effective prosecution even if it meant millions of doses of addictive Oxycontin, Vicodin and Percocet tossed onto an illicit market.