Public-housing projects in New Orleans are facing the wrecking ball—despite a shortage of places for low-income people to live. Will replacement housing mean better living for all or will the poor be pushed out of the city along with the culture that New Orleans is famous for? Also, a watershed moment for Iran's development of atomic power, and the King of Saudi Arabia pardons a rape victim whose case caused outrage worldwide.
The Wrecking Ball Swings in New Orleans
From this Episode:
Shutting the Door to Public Housing in New Orleans?
More than two years after Katrina, public housing in New Orleans has become an issue on Capitol Hill and in the presidential campaign.
Russia Delivers Nuclear Fuel to Iran
There's been what could be a watershed moment for Iran's development of atomic power. After years of delay, Russia today began delivery of the uranium fuel that will allow...