What does the impeachment inquiry look like to Ukrainians who rely on the US for assistance and security? Also, migrants crossing into the US may soon be forced to provide a DNA sample. And, the US House Tuesday passed a resolution calling on the Russian government to provide evidence of wrongdoing or else release former US Marine Paul Whelan. We speak to Whelan's twin brother, David Whelan, about his brother's case.
The spooky, interactive experience uses archival audio and video, as well as original art, to trace different periods in the history of Puerto Rico, from the 16th-century Spanish colonization through the United States takeover in 1898 and, finally, Hurricane Maria.
The House of Representatives passed a bill this week in defense of former US Marine Paul Whelan, calling on Russia to either offer up "legitimate evidence" of wrongdoing against Whelan or release him from prison.
Since 1991, the US has been an important supporter of democratic reform in Ukraine. How does the impeachment inquiry impact this long-standing relationship? The World speaks with Nina Jankowicz of The Wilson Center.
The Trump administration announced this week it will begin collecting the DNA of migrants who cross the border to add their information to a database that helps law enforcement officials fight crime. Alex Nowrasteh, director of immigration studies at the Cato Institute, says the initiative would be a waste of time and resources.