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PRI's The World
November 20, 2017
“This was one of the first really big testing points for how the US is going to be engaging with other countries on climate issues,” Politico reporter Emily Holden said.
South African President Jacob Zuma has been accused of corruption before, but "The President's Keepers" is generating a different level of buzz.
Arts, Culture & Media
America’s 1990s hip hop scene is reincarnated every Saturday night in what may seem like an unlikely location — beneath a highway overpass in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
November 17, 2017
They went to a shooting range together to better understand each other's point of view.
Conflict & Justice
The Founding Fathers clearly thought the Second Amendment protected a critical freedom. But why?
Business, Economics and Jobs
Nearly two months after devastating hurricanes tore through Puerto Rico, small businesses are still struggling to get on their feet.
No place in America feels safe from gun violence these days — not even the pews in a small-town Texas church. So, how are people of faith thinking about the problem?
Sexual assault in the tomato fields in Florida was rampant. Now, it's not. And farmworkers believe other women can learn from them about how to stop the abusive behavior in the workplace.
Researchers say America's gun culture doesn't compare to anywhere else in the world. We went to Yemen, El Salvador and Norway for answers.
Why does the US have so many mass shootings. A criminologist turned to data science for an answer, comparing the US with 170 other countries.
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