Can The Health Care System Do More To Help Victims of Sex Trafficking?
UNICEF says sex trafficking is the second largest criminal industry in the world. This health care program is trying to identify and help victims.
"The Day Ahead" is looking into the fight to end human sex trafficking, or what one study calls modern-day slavery. We speak with Michael Recupero, who is leading a health care program designed to identify and help trafficking victims.
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The State Of Wrongful Convictions In The U.S.
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Landmark Same-Sex Marriage Bill Wins Senate Passage
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