India has been embarrassed by revelations of the brutal gang-rape and murder of two young girls. Pakistan is under fire after the "honor killing"of a pregnant woman. Is sexual violence on the increase in that region—or just getting more attention? Will an international spotlight bring much-needed change? Also, GM's internal report on recall failures. On today's Talking Point, money, politics and public TV.
Responding to Violence against Women in India and Pakistan
From this Episode:
GM's Internal Report on Recall Failures
After receiving results from an international investigation today, General Motors CEO Mary Barra fired 15 people, disciplined five more and admitted to repeated delays in...
Sexual Violence, Poverty and Politics
A gang rape on a bus during broad daylight in Delhi shocked the world two years ago, and India passed new laws for protection of women. But last week, teenage girls were...