This Week Online: Life in Oaxaca and Kathy Saile on Health Care

New to the Web this week, a slideshow of photographs depicting life in the the Mexican province of Oaxaca, past and present. Thanks to Robert Joe Stout, author of ¿Adonde Vas Mexico? (Feb. 22), for providing the pictures.

View the slideshow.


On this week's podcast, Kathy Saile, the director of domestic social development for the U.S. bishops' conference, talks with associate editor Kevin Clarke about the prospects for health care reform now that the Democrats have lost their filibuster-proof majority.

Listen to our interview with Kathy Saile.

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