Britain rolled out the royal red carpet for President Donald Trump on Monday. Also, we kick off our week-long series on Russia on Monday when we hear about a recent trend among Russian millennials and Gen Zers: volunteering. Plus, researchers aboard an icebreaker in Antarctica attached temperature sensors to a dozen seals. For the next year, they’ll chart the layer of warm water that’s reaching West Antarctica’s glaciers and melting them.
Will Mexico retaliate if President Trump follows through with tariffs on all goods coming from Mexico? Plus, how this latest tariff threat from the White House could potentially affect US consumers. And, Sudanese political cartoonist Khalid Albaih draws the pain of being in exile while a revolution unfolds back home. Plus, a Latin Grammy winner puts his own twist on merengue.
Since the election of Donald Trump, Germany's leader Angela Merkel has been seen as an important global voice for Western liberal values. Her legacy is mixed, and it's unclear who will fill her shoes on the global political stage.