Thirty years after the discovery of HIV/AIDS, there's been progress in getting the pandemic under control, although millions in poor countries die every year. We hear about the latest breakthroughs: treatment that leads to prevention -- and one case that was cured. Also, Obama economic advisor Austan Goolsbee to leave the White House. On Reporter’s Notebook, can the US learn from Germany's economic success?
Banner image: A couple hug near the AIDS Memorial Quilt in Washington, DC. Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images