How Dallas Embraces Refugees, Ethan Hawke And Sally Hawkins, The High Line's Story, The Ethics Of Gene Technology

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Newborns rest in the nursery of Aishes Chayil, a postpartum recovery center, in Kiryas Joel, N.Y., Feb. 16, 2017.

Buzzfeed's Anne Helen Petersen explains why Dallas has accepted more refugees than anywhere else in the country, and why faith-based organizations are driving that statistic. Author Rick Darke and Andi Pettis, director of horticulture at the High Line, explore the different gardens and plants on the High Line. Director Aisling Walsh, and actors Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke discuss their new film "Maudie." Bonnie Rochman investigates how gene technology is advancing what we can know about our children like their dispositions to diseases, and the ethical questions that come with that knowledge.