Stories from Carol Hills
Senior Producer and host.
Carol Hills was part of the original team that created and launched "The World" in 1996. Currently, she is a producer, occasional reporter and host who proudly calls herself a generalist. Carol is interested in everything from US policy options in Afghanistan to the rise in pet ownership in the Middle East. She also has an interest in global humor (yes, sometimes it actually does translate) and produces a weekly narrated slideshow of political cartoons from around the globe.
Over the years, Carol has reported from Cuba, Nigeria, and Vietnam. She was a Knight Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology during 2001-2002 and has a master's degree from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Carol got her journalistic start in Boston on "The Ten O’Clock News" with Christopher Lydon.
President Trump thought pulling out of the Paris climate accord would make other countries stop laughing at America. It didn't work.
Donald Trump gets a lot of attention for what he says and how he says it. Try putting all those quips and tweets through a Russian language filter and seeing what comes out.
President Trump arrives in Israel on Monday. Satirist Uri Fink draws and comments on what awaits him.
Donald Trump is making headlines by the hour.
President Trump fired his FBI Director. Cartoonists: pick up your pencils.
It's the occupation, stupid. Palestinian cartoonist Mohammad Sabaaneh says the Arab-Israeli struggle is not about a particular conflict. It's about the daily humiliations of occupation.
You're kidnapped and put in a room with no windows, no books, no TV, nothing, and you're handcuffed to a radiator. You have no idea if or when you're going to be released. Cartoonist Guy Delisle captures the desperation of this true story.
Two Armenian PhDs, just trying to push their country forward by making jokes about it. Meet the anchors of Armenia's first satirical news program, ArmComedy.
The already confusing and uncertain French presidential election just got a little more so.
When Lebanese American Nemr About Nassar told his Arab dad he was going to become a comedian, his response was, "You want to become a clown?"