The issue of refugees and how to handle them in Denmark has been on the agenda for years. However, with more and more refugees crossing the border, the staff of Information decided it was time to let them tell their own stories.
In Syria, Assad regime supporters are over the moon about Russia's airstrikes. Despite evidence to the contrary, they've convinced themselves that Russia's help will finally end the five-year civil war that's ripped their country apart.
Upcoming budget negotiations will be Congress' best chance for months, perhaps years, to remove a legal prohibition preventing the CDC from researching gun violence. But political leaders suggest that's almost impossible.
The beginning of the "American Century" is usually considered to have started around World War II. Are we still in the so-called American Century? China's economic rise has looked impressive, even intimidating from a distance. But a rise is rarely linear, nor without its challenges.
The Islamic Revolution in Iran wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for the late Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini. His anti-west, anti-capitalism fervor captured the minds of so many Iranians. Fast forward 36 years and his great grandson is posting on Instagram.