For the past decade, research has found that depression disproportionately affects the children of immigrant parents. One reason is the difficulties adjusting to life in America. But why are depression rates for Latinas higher than anyone else?
According to FlightStats in June of this year only 18 percent of flights out of Beijing's international airport left on time. This has led to an increase of air rage among passengers. Anchor Carol Hills speaks with Tea Leaf Nation's Liz Carter.
The traumatic events in the Boston area in the past week affect people in different ways. Survivors and witnesses might face life-time scars. Another group of people are also vulnerable: Refugees from violent trouble-spots now living in the Boston area.
War has forced hundreds of thousands of ethnic Karen from Burma, first to refugee camps, and then on to resettle elsewhere. In the US, it turns out that North Carolina is home to a growing Karen community.
Ron Capps is a veteran of five conflicts, having served with the US Army and State Department in Rwanda, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq and Darfur. He came home scarred by what he witnessed, and turned to his keyboard for help processing his war stories.