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Now that Hosni Mubarak has been pushed from power, women in Egypt want a bigger role in government. Some fear they'll be further marginalized.
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The war in Afghanistan has displaced thousands of people from their homes, adding to the 43 million refugees around the world.
Ursula Sladek, winner of a 2011 Goldman Environmental Prize, helped her community buy a power grid and started a movement for environmental change.
Many veterans want to continue to serve after they've left the military, and some turn to humanitarian work to recover that sense of purpose.
Hollywood is taking activism beyond "An Inconvenient Truth" in hopes of creating a global, environmental movement against climate change.
In Egypt, forces are conspiring to stop the advancement of women's rights and the revolution, according to a leading Egyptian feminist.
Twenty years after the program started, Teach for America is still producing teachers. The program could hold clues into how to improve the US education system in general.
Sexual harassment is a constant threat to women in Egypt. Now, some people are breaking the silence.