On April 22, the Trump Administration said it would honor an Obama-era agreement to resettle refugees stuck in Australia's controversial offshore detention camps. This means that after nearly four years, 25-year-old Sudanese refugee Aziz may finally get a new home.
More than 70 years ago, a group of Jewish prisoners dug a tunnel using mostly their hands and spoons to escape their Nazi captors. A team of archaeologists has recently discovered the tunnel in Ponar forest outside of Vilnius, Lithuania. The discovery is the subject of a new documentary.
The state's Republican governor, Asa Hutchinson, had argued that the executions — which would have been the state's first since 2005 — had to be rushed through because one of the drugs used in lethal injections was due to expire.
London was once famous for its "fog," which in reality was toxic smog from coal fires. Then the city passed new laws and cleaned up its act. Now, smog is once again a serious problem. This time cars are to blame — and the UK government refuses to do anything about it.
A growing number of people now work in the gig economy. Ride-hailing apps are sometimes primary sources of income for folks or a way for people to make extra money. For many freelancers, the Affordable Care Act is the way to get health insurance. But what happens to these workers if it gets repealed?