The town of Shelbyville, Tennessee has seen an influx of Muslim refugees from Somalia. It hasn't been a simple adjustment for many. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with filmmaker Kim Snyder and organizer David Lubell about overcoming tensions in Tennessee.
For the Geo Quiz we are looking for a town with a name that is difficult to spell. Many visitors cannot pronounce the town and hence cannot search for it on the internet, which, the local tourism officials say, is a problem.
Quebec's new government wants to require French exams in English schools and to ban bilingual newsletters in some municipalities. That's enraging many English speakers. So the government is supporting a province-wide tour by a pro-English musician.
In 1952, a mysterious Bronze Age script was deciphered by an Englishman, Michael Ventris. But his work rested in part on a Herculean analysis undertaken by an American linguist, Alice Kober. The World's Alex Gallafent reports.
"Cuba Libro" is Cuba's very first English language bookstore. It opened its door to customers last week. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with owner Conner Gorry about "Cuba Libro" and the complexities of operating a small business in the island.