In Beirut, most people don't just speak one language but three: English, French & Arabic. It's what many in Beirut call Lebanon's mother tongue — and speakers will often drift from one language to the next, mid-sentence.
Investigators are looking into a suspicious post on the message board site 4chan that they believe may be connected to the shooting in Oregon on Thursday. But many don't know the strangely noble origins of the message board it was posted on.
In a live forum at the Harvard School of Public Health, a panel of experts look at how US policy on race has changed — and hasn't changed — through the years. Phillip Martin of our partner WGBH News moderates.
Afghan teen rapper Sonita Alizadeh used to be a child laborer when she lived in Iran as a refugee. Now she's a junior at Wasatch Academy in Utah, and reflects on the difference between work and homework.
Among those killed in the crush of the Hajj crowd in Mina, Saudi Arabia, last week was a woman beloved in Nigeria and beyond. Hajiya Bilkisu Yusuf, a pioneering journalist and activist, broke down barriers in a patriarchal society.