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Menstruation is one of the most taboo topics in the world, and for millions of American women, there's a high price to pay for that stigma. This CBSN Originals documentary looks at how some women are trying to change that.
What happens when an inmate is forced to choose between buying tampons or placing a call to a family member? Topeka Sam, the director of Dignity for Incarcerated Women, joins CBSN to discuss the difficult decisions female inmates must make while menstruating behind bars.
The CBSN Originals documentary, "Period. Half the population has one. But no one talks about it," explores the stigmas surrounding menstruation. To discuss what can be done to confront the issue, Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, an activist and co-founder of Period Equity, sits down with CBSN.
Thousands of women inmates experience their periods behind bars each day. Topeka Sam, the director of Dignity for Incarcerated Women, joins CBSN to discuss what happens when there's not reliable access to hygiene products in prisons.
At the organic cheesemaker Tenuta Vannulo, in southern Italy, the specialty is fresh buffalo mozzarella. Seth Doane checks out the process of creating a simply delicious cheese, and visits with students at the Consortium for the Protection of Buffalo Mozzarella.
A proposed tax incentive for businesses could bring relief for more than 44 million Americans saddled with student debt, who collectively owe a staggering $1.5 trillion
A new study found less than a fifth of the people surveyed would definitely fly on a Max in the first six months of its return to service
Only 50% of those infected with the disease are seeking medical help, raising the risk of the outbreak spreading regionally, and even globally.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is facing its deadliest Ebola outbreak ever. The World Health Organization is warning the disease could spread to other African countries. Making matters worse, the DRC's quarter-century-old civil war is disrupting efforts to treat and contain the outbreak. Debora Patta reports.
A massive financial settlement appears to be in the works for a series of sexual misconduct lawsuits involving disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. This is a major development in the case that helped launch the Me Too movement. Jericka Duncan reports.
President Trump is pushing harder to "investigate the investigators" who started the Russia probe. He put out a memo Thursday night, giving sweeping new power to his attorney general, who is carrying out his repeated request for an investigation. Paula Reid reports.
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