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Panga, Tra, and Basa are species of catfish raised along the Mekong River in Vietnam for export to the United States, Europe, and other parts of Asia. This video, commissioned by the Catfish Farmers of America, shows how the fish are raised, harvested and processed.
Three Vietnam war veterans return to help the people of Vietnam recover from the lingering effects of the war and to make a new life for themselves. This was produced with correspondent Mike Cerre for the AARP website lifereimagined.aarp.org.
Blind Muslim woman in Michigan finds independence with a guide horse.
16 year old Ariel Hsing pursues Olympic table tennis dreams in California.
With a little help from a friend, former NBA player Massive Mike recovers, one step at a time.
Coit Tower, iconic San Francisco landmark, needs help to save its priceless murals.
Iraqi refugees face challenges adjusting to life in America.
Returning US veterans get a big welcome home, but struggle to find employment.
Eight year old Awonder Liang is a chess prodigy who's setting world records.
Far Niente Winery in Napa Valley saves money and land with floating solar panels.
San Francisco - September 21, 2012 - The space shuttle Endeavor made its final flight bolted to the back of a 747. With crowds lining the hilltops and bayshore, Endeavor circled the San Francisco Bay, buzzing local landmarks, such as Alcatraz, Coit Tower, the Bay Bridge and, before heading off into the clouds, passing over the Golden Gate Bridge for the first and last time.
Scott Siegel, President of R.S. Owens & Company, explains how an Oscar statuette is made. For the past three decades the Chicago based company has been the exclusive manufacturer of the academy awards. On December 17, 2012 the company was sold to St. Regis Crystal Inc. of Indianapolis, IN and 95 workers out of their 251 employees were immediately laid off. The company claims that the Oscars will continue to be handcrafted in Chicago by union workers.
Sacramento, California - February 23, 2013 - Pro gun demonstrators staged "Day of Resistance" rallies in more than one hundred small towns and cities across the United States. They are pushing back against efforts by the Obama Administration to enact tighter gun laws, which the demonstrators see as an infringement on their second amendment right to bear arms. In the wake of mass killings in Aurora, Colorado and Newtown, Connecticut, where 20 children and six school staff were murdered by a lone gunman, public outcry has been growing for congress to take action.