The Trump administration is removing temporary protected status for El Salvador, a program that has permitted the Velasco family to live and work in the US since 2001. That puts them — and 200,000 other like them — at a tough crossroads.
The United Nations was going to be located in the United States -- that much was sure. But just where the new headquarters, the new capital of the world, would be located, was much debated back in the 1940s. A new book looks at that battle.
An Iraqi-American named Shakir Hamoodi used to run a gourmet food market in Missouri. Now he's in a federal prison. He's charged with sending money to his relatives in Iraq in the 90s, violating US sanctions. His family is now petitioning President Obama.
Cancer's viewed by many as a disease of the developed world. Alternately, it's viewed as too hard or too expensive to prevent or treat. But often, those views simply aren't true. In Uganda, Dr. Jackson Orem, the country's first, and for a time only, cancer doctor is showing the way.
The foreign policy issues that come up in presidential debates are not necessarily the ones that will be most relevant for the candidate who wins the election. That's according to Boston Globe foreign affairs columnist Juliette Kayyem.
In the days since the Democratic Convention wrapped up, President Barack Obama has added to his lead over Republican Mitt Romney. And while Romney has drawn close, and the lead had always been narrow, Romney is quickly running out of time to close the gap.
President Bush's veto of the massive farm bill was plowed under by Congressional members eager to bring home some election year bacon. Guest: Daniel Imhoff, author of "Food Fight: The Citizen's Guide to a Food and Farm Bill," for the big picture.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks to a young Washington Post reporter who traveled around the globe for a year to find out how the world views the United States; Amar Bakshi says the people he spoke to expressed a wide range of emotions
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Matthew Bryza, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, about U.S. concerns for Georgia in its conflict with Russia. Bryza arrived in Georgia's capital, Tbilisi, today.