Chicago

Conflict & Justice

Without lawyers, 90% of children crossing into the US alone seeking safety could be sent back

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Molly Castillo-Keefe helps migrant children in Chicago seek shelter and asylum. About half of them, she says, have experienced violence in their home countries. And if current numbers are any indication, nearly all of those seeking asylum from violence will be sent home if they don't find a lawyer to represent them.

Business, Finance & Economics

This Spanish teacher in Guatemala doesn't need to move to the US for a better job, he's got Skype

Marco Antonio Tabin Garcia has never left Guatemala. When he was younger, he considered moving to the United States. But he decided against it and instead taught Spanish at a local school in Antigua for over 20 years. But in the past few years, he's found a way to make a better living, by teaching Spanish lessons over Skype.

Global Politics

Anti-war democrats

As the Democratic Convention gets underway in Denver, The World's Matthew Bell examines the on-going tensions between the Obama campaign and the anti-war faction of the Democratic Party.

Global Politics

Anti-war democrats

As the Democratic Convention gets underway in Denver, The World's Matthew Bell examines the on-going tensions between the Obama campaign and the anti-war faction of the Democratic Party.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

For today's Geo Quiz we were looking for the names of two countries. These countries are on different continents... literally oceans apart. But they're closer than you think when it comes to cooking. We're talking about India and Brazil. Some Chicago chefs have been combining the two countries' culinary traditions, as The World's David Leveille has more.