U.S. nuclear workers gave their lives in the Cold War

Aired: 12/11/2015 | 0:07:33 | Clip
More than 33,000 men and women who worked at nuclear facilities have died from related illnesses, and more than 100,000 Americans were diagnosed with cancer and other diseases after helping build the country's nuclear stockpile. That toll had never fully been revealed until a year-long investigation by McClatchy News. Jeffrey Brown speaks to McClatchy’s Lindsay Wise.