For those with terminal illnesses, sometimes their fear and anxiety are so overwhelming it ruins the time they have left. A California psychiatrist has been trying a new treatment that seems to have dramatic benefits: hallucinogens.
The name “Rockefeller” is just about synonymous with wealth and power in America. It’s also pretty much synonymous with oil. The family’s vast fortune stems from the oil empire that patriarch John D. Rockefeller built a century ago.
Darsh Preet Singh got special permission from the NCAA to wear his turban while playing basketball. His college basketball jersey now hangs at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, part of an exhibition on Indian Americans.
"I’ll never feel the same about berries,'' says Seth Holmes. In “Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies,” he describes the bone-crushing work that he and Mexican migrant workers did to put fruit and vegetables on your table.
The US spends millions trying to secure the US-Mexico border with agents, cameras and a huge wall. But just beyond that wall in Texas' Rio Grande Valley, residents are fighting for the street lights needed to make the area more safe.
Joey Alexander plays jazz piano like an old timer, but he's just 11. Now, he's going to headline the Newport Jazz Festival this summer. He lives in New York. But he was born far removed from New York's swinging jazz scene — on the Indonesian island of Bali.
There's nothing like a little American exceptionalism to roil some feelings in Europe. Perhaps you've seen the latest Cadillac ad — a tour de force in American pride. But it's engendering a pretty cold reaction from reporter Gerry Hadden's French in-laws.