Limbo after DACA, Diana remembered and Aleppo zoo animals rescued
August 31, 2017
If President Donald Trump ends DACA, hundreds of thousands of young immigrants currently protected by the program would be in legal limbo. We start there today with a look at how some advocates are preparing. Also, a Martha's Vineyard innkeeper remembers meeting Princess Diana 23 years ago. Plus, the serious message behind a board game about arranged marriages.
Stories in this Edition
An agreement between neighbors has kept a territorial dispute between the US and Canada at bay for nearly 30 years. But as shipping traffic increases, some worry it's leaving the arctic open to catastrophe.
A group founded by immigrants in wheelchairs battles Hurricane Harvey.
The Cherokee Freedmen have long been fighting for citizenship in the Cherokee Nation.
Speakers lined up to tell the mayor and council members what happened when they protested a Trump rally on Aug. 22.
After being pressured for years to submit to an arranged marriage, Pakistani graphic designer Nashra Balagamwala decided to turn her experiences into a board game.
This week, the London Metropolitan Police announced they were reviving the investigation into the assassination of Naji al-Ali. Here’s how his legacy has endured.
Salih Abdullah was tired of racism and Islamophobia. So like many other African American Muslims, he gave the kingdom a chance.
A good news story from the Yemen war and famine: A young man rescues starving kids. With help from donors from the US to Australia, he's supporting families whose children are being treated for malnutrition.