As we adjust to a present of "alternative facts," there are still battles going on over the facts of the past. Like in Poland, where the Museum of the Second World War is embroiled in a standoff with its own government over the correct version of history.
The tactics outlined in Homeland Security memos include deporting undocumented immigrants to Mexico regardless of their nationality, and seeking expedited removal of these immigrants — meaning no court hearings, no due process.
Presidents Day relieves the holiday drought in the abbreviated month of February, and it helps to remind us of the partial roots of Black History Month, a once cursory look at African American history that is now seen as a crucial window for understanding all of this nation’s history.
Walk up and down Commonwealth Avenue on the Boston University campus, and it's easy to see and hear the presence of international students. The largest percentage of foreign students — here and nationwide — come from China. So when President Donald Trump sounds off, college administrators get anxious.
More than a million would-be asylum-seekers came to Germany over recent years. As Germany has made determination about their eligibility, many who were rejected have lingered. Now Germany wants them out.
Many of you have already tweeted your questions to @PRI, @TheTakeaway and @PRITheWorld with the hashtag #100Days100Qs. We’ve waded through some of your questions and asked Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich to give us some answers.
Thaer al-Tahli was an activist in Homs, Syria, threatened by the regime. He was selected for possible resettlement in the US. But after three years and many hours of interviews, he's decided to withdraw his application.
Morocco is building one of the world's largest solar power plants in the desert east of Marrakesh, using a technology that will allow it to generate electricity well past sundown. It's part of an aggressive strategy to become energy independent.