Nobel Laureate Dr. James Orbinski discusses his experiences treating victims of the Rwandan genocide and what role he thinks humanitarian organizations should play in the 21st century. Then, we look at how some catastrophes like the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and Hurricane Katrina can have positive social outcomes. Also, Stanley Tucci on directing the film "Blind Date" and the Broadway revival of "Lend Me a Tenor." Plus, on our latest Underreported, journalist Scott Anderson explains why an imporant story he wrote about Russia for GQ magazine was never published or promoted in that country.
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