Full story - November 15, 2019
Looking up at the sunshine coming through tree tops in a forest.
Exposure to the outdoors in a park can save the world trillions in health care costs, a new report says.
Full story - November 14, 2019
A nurse hands out a red ribbon to a woman, to mark World AIDS Day, at the entrance of Emilio Ribas Hospital, in Sao Paulo December 1, 2014.
Under President Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s ascendant religious right is winning a war over sexual health information — and sexual health educators find themselves increasingly marginalized.
Full episode - November 14, 2019
A person is shown in all black with their hood up over their head as they are walking with a metal poll.
Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters paralyzed parts of the city for a fourth successive day Thursday, forcing schools to close and blocking highways. China has positioned up to 12,000 troops in Hong Kong who have kept to barracks, but officials have vowed to stop any attempts at independence. We learn more from Hong Kong official Ronny Tong. Also, what is the history of American efforts to counter corruption around the world and why that work has been so important for US foreign policy. Plus, the latest in Australia as the wildfires there continue to rage.
Full story - November 14, 2019
Women lie on a green cloth and practice aiming their guns while wearing red sashes.
The majority of Durga Vahini members come from traditional backgrounds as Hindu wives and mothers. After joining the group — often through a close relative or friend — some say they find voice, solidarity and empowerment as protectors of Hinduism. 
Full story - November 13, 2019
Two men stand with their backs to the camera, their right hands held in the air for an oath. Ahead of them is a row of lawmakers seated behind a large desk.
The impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump moved to open hearings Wednesday. The central issue in the inquiry is what responsibility the president may carry for abandoning public duty in favor of private interests.
Full story - November 13, 2019
US President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump meet with Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan and Emine Erdogan in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., on November 13, 2019.
The Turkish president has managed to navigate a threatened political crisis with the US. Turkish historian and writer Soner Cagaptay says it's because he's a masterful tactician.
Full episode - November 13, 2019
Ambassador William Taylor is shown from the side, sitting at a table with his right hand outstretched.
US lawmakers charted new territory Wednesday in their impeachment inquiry of US President Donald Trump with the start of public testimony on Capitol Hill. Plus, former US Ambassador Daniel Fried reflects on Wednesday's testimony and how the Trump administration conducts foreign policy. And, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan made a controversial visit to the White House. Finally, Venice, a city of canals sitting on top of a lagoon, is currently experiencing flooding not seen in 50 years — sending restaurant tables and chairs floating down streets.
Full story - November 13, 2019
US President Donald Trump stands amid microphones outside
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced an impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump in late September. This timeline tracks how the investigation is proceeding.
Full episode - November 12, 2019
A group of people are shown shouting and with their hands in the air outside of the US Supreme Court.
The US Supreme Court has finished hearing oral arguments over President Donald Trump's efforts to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. The program protects hundreds of thousands of immigrants who entered the US as children from deportation. We hear from one of the case's plaintiffs, a DACA recipient. The former president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, arrived in Mexico Tuesday. Morales said he fled his country because his life was in danger. And, we take a tour of a coal museum in India.

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