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An ambulance is seen Tham Luang cave complex, where schoolboys are trapped in a flooded cave, July 9, 2018.
July 09, 2018

Thai cave rescue continues, vaccination in Italy, over-turning Supreme Court decisions

Divers rescue more boys from a flooded cave in northern Thailand. Also, an 8-year-old girl and her mom, separated at the border, are finally reunited after almost two months apart. But the mother worries about the future. Plus, President Trump heads to London later this week and a giant balloon characterizing Trump as a baby is ready to greet him.

A diver walks in Tham Luang cave complex wearing waders and a headlamp.
July 03, 2018

Thailand rescue, TSA housing for Puerto Ricans, summit diplomacy

The rescue to save 12 boys and their soccer coach in Thailand could take months. Also, changes to the law in France leaves tens of thousands of university applicants with no spot for the fall. And, Artificial Intelligence analyzes crowd reactions at Wimbledon.

Andrés Manuel López Obrador and his wife Beatriz Gutierrez Muller raise their clenched hands on a stage in Mexico City.
July 02, 2018

Mexico's election results, Rebel Pepper, French singer Bertrand Cantat cancels tour

A leftist candidate scored a big victory in Sunday's presidential vote in Mexico. Also, the mayor of Annapolis, Maryland, grew up in Australia and tells us he's looking at last week's deadly shooting at their local newspaper from an outsider's perspective. Plus, the story of two friends, separated decades ago during China's Cultural Revolution, now unexpectedly reunited in Hong Kong.

In this close-up photograph, County Executive Steve Schuh holds a copy of the Capital Gazette.
June 29, 2018

Violence against journalists, EU migration heats up and France's Black Blanc Beur of 1998

Today, we start with a look at newsrooms around the globe, mourning journalists killed in Annapolis, Maryland, on Thursday. And, Vice President Mike Pence tells central American leaders to do more to stop migrants coming to the US. But what are the factors that are pushing people to leave the region in the first place? Also, we take you back to 1998 when France won the World Cup with a racially diverse team.

A woman walking towards a lake
June 28, 2018

Ukraine's booming surrogacy market, travel ban waivers and abortion around the world post-Kennedy

Today, we ask what impact will the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy have on the future of abortion rights in the US — and worldwide? Plus, we get an update on a wrenching audio recording of a 6-year-old Salvadoran girl who remains in immigration officials' custody without her parents. And, our series on the global surrogacy industry takes us to Ukraine where a booming surrogate baby business raises ethical questions for the surrogate mothers.

Two uniformed Department of Homeland Security officers are shown looking off to the right of the frame while talking on their walkie-talkies.
June 27, 2018

Abolish ICE? The impacts of toxic stress on kids, Wyoming harnesses the wind

Some critics of Donald Trump's immigration policies want to abolish ICE. We find out what dismantling the agency would mean. Also, how Algeria has been deporting thousands of sub-Saharan migrants, by dropping them off in the desert. Plus, how Wyoming, a state built on coal, now has an opportunity to promote wind power.

People protest outside of the US Supreme Court with placards that read, "No Muslim Ban."
June 26, 2018

Travel ban upheld, Wyoming looks beyond coal, life without power in Puerto Rico

The US Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that President Donald Trump's travel ban, which includes five majority-Muslim countries, is constitutional. We explore the legal implications going forward. Also, Wyoming towns are rethinking their economic future beyond coal. And, we visit one of the hottest venues for live music in Mexico City: A small apartment on a residential block that hosts bands on Monday nights.

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