You may not be surprised to hear that simulated drowning as a torture was first documented during the Middle Ages. But did you know it was once a common technique in US law enforcement in the early 20th century?
Hiking was never fun for Van Pol when he was a child: It brought back fearful memories of his family's escape from Cambodia and into refugee camps. It wasn't until a high school field trip to a New Hampshire peak that hiking became Van's salvation.
We're on the Indochinese peninsula for this Geo Quiz, looking for the name of a southeast Asian forest. It's home to indigenous Kui people who've lived in the forest for centuries. Illegal logging and mining are taking a toll on the ancient forest.
Monday was an historic day for the people of Cambodia. Opening statements in the war crimes trial against three former leaders of the notorious Khmer Rouge regime, began in the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh.
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.