Full story - July 17, 2019
A line of soldiers in fatigues hold up their right hand
Border officials denied military veteran Roman Sabal entry to the US for a scheduled citizenship interview Monday. Sabal is one of seven deported veterans with pending citizenship cases.
Full episode - July 17, 2019
A court room sketch featuring a man turning to his left and waving toward a woman in the bottom right corner.
Mexican drug cartel boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has been sentenced to life in prison— plus 30 years. A US veteran, originally from Belize, was unable to enter the US for a citizenship interview on Monday. Brazil's president wants to put more armed police officers in the country's public schools. And, we meet a dancer who is making the male-dominated tango scene in Buenos Aires a safer space for women.
Full story - July 17, 2019
Mirna Nereida Medina Quiñones searches for the remains of her missing son.
A group of searchers goes out every week to look for the missing in Mexico. After Mirna Nereida Medina Quiñones found her son's body, her group has helped to find and identify more than 100 disappeared people in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico.
Full story - July 17, 2019
Jair Bolsonaro targets teachers and supports having officers with guns in schools, raising fears of a return to Brazil’s days of dictatorship.
Full story - July 17, 2019
Mirna Nereida Medina Quiñones cuando encontró los restos de su hijo desaparecido
Un grupo de rastreadoras sale semanalmente en busca de desaparecidos en México. Después de que Mirna Nereida Medina Quiñones encontró el cuerpo de su hijo, su grupo ha ayudado a encontrar e identificar a más de 100 personas en el Estado de Sinaloa.
Full story - July 16, 2019
Indigenous people
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s support for commercial farming in the Amazon is reviving old tensions.
Full episode - July 16, 2019
Buzz Aldrin stands in his full astronaut suit facing the United States flag.
When Apollo 11 lifted off 50 years ago on Tuesday, the goal was to beat the Soviets to the moon. Sergei Khrushchev, the son of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, and a former Soviet missile engineer, looks back on the era. Also, how people in Tehran perceive the increasing pressure on Iran from the White House. And, Brazil's autocratic new president tries to undo laws that favor Indigenous Brazilians.
Full story - July 16, 2019
An elderly white man in front of a white background
In October 1957, a beach-ball sized metal globe hurtled through space a couple hundred miles above the United States. That orb was the first artificial Earth satellite — Sputnik. Sergei Khrushchev, former missile engineer and son of Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev, remembers the US-Soviet race into space.
Full story - July 16, 2019
A man sits while getting his temperature checked.
Over the last year, an Ebola epidemic has gripped Democratic Republic of Congo. The virus has reached the eastern city of Goma, home to over 1 million people. David Gressly, UN's Ebola response coordinator, talks about what this means for the fight against the virus.
Full story - July 15, 2019
A policeman wears a black uniform
At least 26 people were killed in a weekend attack by al-Shabab, a group the US has been battling for decades.