Anita Hill, DNA Ruling and Twitter & Turkey

Back in 1991, the term “sexual harassment" wasn’t well understood, and it was rarely talked about. But one woman changed that. We talk to Anita Hill about her experience and the new film about her testimony against Clarence Thomas. Also: A federal court upholds California’s policy of collecting DNA from suspects. We hear what happens when a prime minister tries to shut down Twitter across his entire country. Skin care advocates are mad at the FDA for not allowing more modern versions of sunscreen in the U.S. And we get a preview of what’s in theaters this weekend.

Banner Image: Anita Hill speaks at the Creative Change Awards hosted by Opportunity Agenda at the Paley Center for Media; Credit: Tiffany L. Clark