Full episode - January 20, 2020
US President Donald Trump is shown standing behind a microphone and wearing a blue suit and red tie.
The impeachment trial of US President Donald Trump begins Tuesday, and its implications ripple far beyond the United States. Former Ambassador Nicholas Burns talks with host Marco Werman about how the work of the State Department continues while foreign policy itself is at the center of the allegations against the president. And, an outbreak of a coronavirus is spreading with more than 200 confirmed cases in China. Health authorities are concerned about more cases as the Chinese Lunar New Year kicks off this week and people travel throughout Asia. Also, there's network of Kenyans who are doing homework for students in the US, Canada and Great Britain for extra cash.
Full story - January 20, 2020
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Jonathan Turley, law professor at George Washington University, testified in front of the House about the constitutionality of the Trump impeachment and urged Democrats to take more time. As the Senate trial gets underway, he says witnesses could be game changers.
Full story - January 20, 2020
“The First Temptation of Christ” on Netflix stirred controversy in Brazil with its gay Jesus figure. 
The attack against the Porta dos Fundos sketch comedy troupe rattled the country, especially those who are concerned that a growing movement of conservative extremism has found fertile ground in Brazil.
Full story - January 19, 2020
Three men stand, in the foreground are troops parading by
Guatemala’s new government could bring stability to the country following a turbulent administration riddled with corruption, but analysts see little hope for substantive change in the return of military and private sector elites to power.
Full story - January 17, 2020
refill station
Catherine Conway's business, Unpackaged, provides guidance for running a zero waste business.
Full episode - January 17, 2020
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei his shown standing at a podium with his hand raised.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei led prayers on Friday and said in a sermon that the country has every right to flex its military muscle beyond its borders. Also, China released new data showing the country’s economy is slowing and birth rate figures are at their lowest rate in more than half a century. And, a bookseller in England is feeling the love after his tweet about not selling a single book on Tuesday went viral and now he is overwhelmed with orders.
Full story - January 17, 2020
A man wearing a hat plays a guitar
The World's host Marco Werman interviews Grammy-nominated musician J.S. Ondara.
Full story - January 17, 2020
The Spanish-language advertisement from the Census Bureau features Latinos of all walks of life explaining why an accurate census count matters for them and their communities. 
Census Bureau ads promise viewers their personal information is protected and won't be shared with law enforcement. But after a high-profile legal battle over the citizenship question that stoked fears among immigrant communities, advocates say it's too little, too late.
Full story - January 17, 2020
Incumbent Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, right, and Vice President-elect William Lai wave to their supporters after their election victory at a rally, outside the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, on January 11, 2020.
Despite China's attempt to win Taiwanese youth's hearts and minds, young voters cling to a country of their own.
Full story - January 16, 2020
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson
One small piece of the Brexit puzzle will be how the UK funds scientific research, and how easy or hard it will be for scientists — who traditionally are part of an international, mobile workforce — to work outside their home country.

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