President Obama is facing questions from world leaders about the scope of once top secret surveillance programs run by the National Security Agency. The president says the programs have helped prevent more than 50 terrorist attacks worldwide since 9/11. Sally Kidd reports from Washington.
The news is hitting close to home for those who worked with Department of Health Director Loretta Fuddy as well as those she helped. People who knew her say she was a genuine person who always cared for others.