For millions of women around the world, monthly periods are something that comes with real hazards, such as missing school and work or being subjected to potentially harmful sanitary conditions. But there's a global menstrual movement taking place.
Kenya is not alone in subjecting suspected gay men to forced anal exams. Cameroon, Egypt, Uganda and Zambia also claim the procedure is a valid method for determining if a man has participated in anal sex.
The UK-based firm Cambridge Analytica is under fire for allegedly harvesting the data of tens of millions of Facebook users and using it to sway voters in the run-up to the 2016 Presidential election. But the data firm's reach extends well beyond the US.
President Donald Trump cut US funding to any international organization that administers or even discusses abortion with its patients. A Kenyan health group is traveling across the US to tell Americans how that rule affects the country.
The violence in Kenya is drawn along ethnic lines and that's got Kenyans from all backgrounds re-examining their own ethnic identity, as Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from Kenyan journalist and author Binyavanga Wainaina.
Anchor Lisa Mullins meets the Afro-fusion group, Yunasi. They're from Kenya, and they've long tackled corruption and other sensitive topics in their songs -- even before Kenya's political turmoil turned violent.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Harvard business professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter about how US companies could take a page from their global competitors and use new technologies to create jobs in America.
The World's Clark Boyd reports on ï¿½I have no tribe.com,ï¿½ a website run by a Kenyan living in the United States; its founder said he started it to promote peace among members of Kenya's various ethnic groups.
The World's Matthew Bell has the latest on negotiations between Kenya's two main political rivals; Former UN chief Kofi Annan is mediating the talks, aimed at ending weeks of post-election violence in Kenya