When Alabama Republican Rep. Mo Brooks labeled physical illness a moral failing, there were no disabled reporters to question him.
Hillary Clinton and women with disabilities have something major in common: They are not seen for who they are and what they contribute.
What to do about Obamacare divides the senator from his chief rival, Hillary Clinton. She would merely shore up gaps in the program. The Vermont senator, however, goes further, and his vision of health care as a universal right could resonate among voters.
The nonprofit agency takes advantage of workers with disabilities thanks to an antiquated act; people who stay up late show a higher incidence of the "Dark Triad" of personality traits -- Machiavellianism, psychopathy and narcissism; meanwhile, the Egyptian military's civilian death count is proof the Arab Spring has been halted. These discoveries and more after the jump.
The international treaty forbids discrimination against those with disabilities. So why didn't Republicans want to pass it?
Jim Lehrer reports that the Army may be underestimating the severity of disabilities, denying servicemen and -women lifetime benefits. The Veterans Disability Benefits Commission found that disability ratings made by the Veterans Affairs Department were typically higher than those of the Army.