Full story - April 07, 2016
Protesters flee from tear gas
Mostafa Massouny is one of more than 1,800 Egyptians who just disappeared in 2015. They're believed to have been taken by Egyptian authorities, to an unknown fate.
Full story - March 28, 2016
Donald Trump on CNN
Studies have shown that Donald Trump gets "free media" on broadcast television to the tune of nearly $2 billion since his campaign began. And he's allowed to do things — like phone interviews — other candidates never can do.
Full story - March 15, 2016
Youth in India
India is a massive country, a massive country of young people. And all of those young people want to challenge the rules that keep them from achieving what they truly want to.
Full story - March 09, 2016
Donald Trump
Donald Trump's lead in the GOP primary has stunned a lot of people, and not just Americans. Citizens of foreign nations can't help choose the next president, but they're undoubtedly influenced by who occupies the White House.
Full story - December 15, 2015
Mark Oberholtzer's truck
Texas plumber Mark Oberholtzer has filed a lawsuit against a car dealership after he traded in his truck with the promise they would remove the decals for his business that were on it. That didn't happen — and making matters worse, it wound up in the hands of ISIS.
Full story - December 11, 2015
A man rides a hoverboard.
Hoverboards are all the rage, but they didn't just pop up out of thin air. This is the story of how a city in China came to produce these devices that are all the rage.
Full story - October 30, 2015
Captain Richie McCaw of New Zealand holds up the Webb Ellis Cup after winning the Rugby World Cup Final against Australia at Twickenham in London. New Zealand won by 34-17.
Over its history, New Zealand's All Blacks have won 83 percent of their game — an astonishing record better than most in sports. That percentage got better with their victory over Australia in the World Cup on Saturday.
Full story - October 06, 2015
Camp near Mecca
One writer asks other Muslims to boycott in protest of unsafe conditions on the annual Islamic pilgrimage.
Full story - September 24, 2015
Xi Jinping and tech CEOs
China's tight restrictions on Internet usage by its citizens is well-known. But human rights advocates are hoping that tech leaders who met with President Xi Jinping this week will use their influence on China's leaders, like they have done before in the US.
Full story - August 28, 2015
Tehran skyline
Reporter Larry Cohler-Esses lived in Iran and taught English before the Islamic Revolution in 1979

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