In Pennsylvania, residents are struggling with lack of drinkable well water. People often point to the controversial practice of "fracking" as the culprit, but scientists haven't found much evidence that gas drilling is to blame — at least not yet.
After news of this experimentation on Guatemalan prisoners and mental health patients came to light last year, President Obama's bioethics commission launched a review of government research on human subject.
Ever eaten a Balut? How about eyeballs? Or maybe a blood dinner? Those are just a few of the gourmet specialties enjoyed by New York's club of Gastronauts, who aim to expand their cultural palates through culinary exploration.
If there is anything people in Pennsylvania can agree on, it is that no one can agree whether the fracking boom has been a blessing or a curse for the state. A now a proposal to use abandoned mine water for tracking is causing more confusion and concern.
For Filipinos looking for a taste of heir homeland, Jollibee is ubiquitous. With more than 900 locations in the Philippines and a growing number of branches abroad, the fast food chain blends American style fast food with a uniquely Filipino culture.
Oil and gas wells in states like Ohio and Pennsylvania present risk for local residents, but in many places, local government have no say in the zoning decisions that govern those wells. Now a movement is growing to bring that control back down to towns and cities to ease pollution worries
Cambodian-American Yasith Chhun was living the American dream in California until the Long Beach accountant hatched a plot to try to overthrow Cambodia's government. We talk to Chhun from a Pennsylvania penitentiary and to journalist Adam Piore.