Full story - February 24, 2020
At a huge rally at a cricket stadium in Ahmedabad dubbed, “Namaste Trump,” the US president announced a $3 billion defense deal and praised India as an inspiring economic giant.
Full episode - February 24, 2020
A man is shown in soft focus wearing a face mask and standing outside the San Siro stadium with a sign that reads, "No Match Today."
The coronavirus continues to spread, eroding a sense of safety that comes with distance from China. Europe is confronting its first major eruption of cases in Italy. And, despite a growing chorus of troubling reports of human rights abuses in the disputed region of Kashmir, US President Donald Trump praised Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday during a visit to India.  Also, in the middle of an NHL hockey game, a Zamboni driver was called to save the day in what became a Cinderella-on-ice story.
Full story - February 24, 2020
Military officers in full fatigues are shown wearing face masks and standing outside Duomo cathedral.
The novel coronavirus continues to spread as four countries in the Middle East announced their first cases and Italy is issuing lockdowns. US President Donald Trump is in India, where he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are touting their close relationship. And in Chile, women are calling for political change with a traditional form of protest — embroidery.
Full story - February 24, 2020
A headshot of Trump in shadow
US President Donald Trump said he was concerned about corruption in Ukraine when he withheld aid last year. But his interference in Justice Department matters post-impeachment are eroding US institutional norms — and playing into Russian President Vladimir Putin's hand.
Full story - February 21, 2020
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director doctor Anthony Fauci speaks about the public health response to the outbreak of the coronavirus during a news conference at the Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, DC.
Controlling the coronavirus outbreak depends on two things: whether China can control the disease within its own borders, and whether countries with travel-related coronavirus cases can contain outbreaks, too, said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a member of the White House coronavirus task force.
Full episode - February 21, 2020
Several people are shown playing table tennis and wearing face masks.
We speak with the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to find out about international cooperation with scientists in China on the coronavirus outbreak, America's preparedness for infections here and some experimental treatments being tested. South Sudan's political rivals President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar have announced they will agree to share power and form a unity government by Saturday. Also, what inspired author Nazila Fathi to write two children books to help Iranian American kids feel proud of their heritage.
Full story - February 21, 2020
To make the parades come alive, over 3,000 artists and builders work year-round on Carnival.
Full story - February 20, 2020
US ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci and Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic attend the Munich Security Conference in Munich, Germany, Feb.14, 2020.
US President Donald Trump has appointed US Ambassador Richard Grenell to the post as acting director. Some US allies say his appointment may make intelligence gathering and sharing more difficult.
Full story - February 20, 2020
Internally displaced people stand outside tents at a makeshift camp in Azaz, Syria, Feb. 19, 2020.
As the walls close in on Idlib, the last rebel-held pocket of Syria must not become a holding pen for Syrians too scared to live under Assad and too poor to afford to smuggle themselves into Turkey.
Full story - February 20, 2020
Facebook Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg attends the annual Munich Security Conference in Germany, on Feb. 15, 2020.
Global leaders, with the United States in the lead, need to continue to hold Mark Zuckerberg to account in official forums. If he is serious about solving Facebook's problems, the tech executive needs to stop avoiding them.