Amulya Shankar was a producer at The World.
Communities keeping an eye out for people at risk of radicalization — that's helpful to counterterrorism efforts around the world. This week, President Trump proposed cutting the US version of the program.
President Trump is with the organization he called "obsolete" on the campaign trail. Here's what he — and NATO — want from the meeting.
Saudi Arabia plans to invest in Blackstone's fund to update infrastructure in the US — but ultimately, they're both looking for projects that will make them money.
Russia never expected Donald Trump to become president, but Russian leaders are probably benefiting from the ups and downs that have filled the president's first months in office.
Whether it's a solid line or a dotted line, it's all politics.
Veterans tell us what they think of a plan that might increase the US presence in Afghanistan.
The world's fastest-growing aviation market wants to stop buying foreign-made planes. Or at least not as many.
A Tibetan student won't be allowed to carry her country's flag in a graduation ceremony's parade of flags. UMass Amherst says it's policy. Kalsang Nangpa says it's discrimination.