Lidia Jean Kott
Lidia Jean Kott is a former producer of the BBC World Service program Boston Calling, and also formerly a producer for PRI's The World.
A small church in Massachusetts is making a big impact on asylum-seekers with its LGBT Task Force.
There are more than 20 portals in about 15 different countries. At designated times they connect.
It's being called “the snowfall of the century.’’
As the waters warm, the fishermen are catching more fish, and more varieties of fish, than before.
They went to a shooting range together to better understand each other's point of view.
John Mollo, the Star Wars costume designer who died recently at age 87, was a military history buff.
Antifa became the buzzword of the summer after racially motivated protests in Charlottesville. But where did this word come from and how did Antifa become a movement in the US? Find out.
Over the course of her career, she’s rescued 12 people after earthquakes and other disasters in Mexico, Haiti and Ecuador.
“It’s crazy that those four words were so impactful,” says Lesego Legobane. “I didn’t even dream of getting 10 retweets.”