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In the new documentary, “A Place at the Table,” single Philadelphia mother Barbie Izquierdo describes her struggle to qualify for government assistance programs to feed her two young children. Barbie’s son Aidan suffers from an immune deficiency disease, which caused hearing and speech problems. Ray Suarez discusses the film with director Lori Silverbush on the PBS NewsHour’s health page.
A new documentary, “A Place at the Table,” examines the role of charity in helping to feed about 50 million Americans who don’t always know where or if they’ll receive their next meal. Ray Suarez interviews the film’s director, Lori Silverbush, on the PBS NewsHour health page.
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Real estate mogul Zhang Xin tells 60 Minutes that residential development in China has reached the end of the road. Lesley Stahl reports on Sunday, March 3 at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Parents of Coy Mathis, a 6-year-old from Fountain, Colo., are locked in legal battle with a school district that doesn’t want their child to use the girl’s bathroom. KCNC-TV’s Pat Leong reports.
The family of thirty-year-old, Gary Thompson say they have had enough of his games. Thompson has admitted to pretending to have a mental disability to take money from pedestrians.
Poet David Ferry reads from his collection “Bewilderment,” which won last year’s National Book Award for poetry.