El Nuevo South. That's how some refer to the recent influx of Latinos to places like South Carolina, Arkansas, and Georgia. The changing demographic has sparked racial tensions. But the city of Dalton, in northwest Georgia, has a different story.
The cheapest of new technologies is bringing light into hundreds of thousands of homes in the developing world, with virtually zero environmental impact. Host Marco Werman reports on the "Moser lamp,".
"Cuba Libro" is Cuba's very first English language bookstore. It opened its door to customers last week. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with owner Conner Gorry about "Cuba Libro" and the complexities of operating a small business in the island.
Despite the controversy over Russia's anti-gay propaganda ban ahead of the upcoming Winter Olympics, there's no evidence of it at the Track and Field World Championships being held in Moscow. Host Marco Werman talks with Nicole Nazzaro.
When Edward Snowden initially reached out to journalist Glenn Greenwald about secret information on NSA surveillance programs, Greenwald ignored Snowden's emails. So Snowden reached out to filmmaker Laura Poitras.
Some immigrants living in the shadows have gone to Washington, D.C. to lobby directly for immigration reform. We meet a janitor who made the trek to D.C. along with other members of his union. He's originally from Mexico and now lives in Pittsburgh.
Mayor Bloomberg warns that his city could return to the bad old days of high crime without 'stop and frisk.' It's the controversial policing tactic that a federal judge struck down on Monday. We discuss how a similar police tactic is doing in Britain.
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