Full story - July 23, 2019
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The Mueller report detailed Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential elections, but what steps are the federal government and the states taking to prevent it from happening in 2020?
Full episode - July 23, 2019
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On the eve of former special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony on Capitol Hill, we take a closer look at one of the key issues raised by his report: foreign meddling in US elections. Plus, Boris Johnson will be UK's next prime minister after winning the leadership of the Conservative Party on Tuesday. And, we meet a glacier keeper.
Full story - July 23, 2019
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Today, a new Trump administration policy will go into effect that will allow the government to deport undocumented immigrants without a court hearing if they are unable to demonstrate they’ve been in the country for at least two years. Marco Werman spoke with law professor César García Hernández to explain what this could mean for immigrants and deportations across the United States.
Full story - July 23, 2019
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Tens of thousands of tropical parakeets roost in London's trees. How did they get there?
Full story - July 22, 2019
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Almost two-thirds of asylum-seekers in Greece are women and children. Greece continues to struggle with how to accommodate migrants — especially this new population, which has needs that are unique to pregnant and nursing mothers and babies.
Full story - July 22, 2019
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Hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans participated in protests demanding the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló. Poet laureate Raquel Salas Rivera speaks with Marco Werman about the movement for change in Puerto Rico.
Full episode - July 22, 2019
A large group of people are shown walking down the street and holding a long banner with the word "Renuncia" printed on it.
In Hong Kong, demonstrators accuse the police of looking the other way as thugs, armed with sticks, beat them up during peaceful pro-democracy demonstrations. Meanwhile, protesters in Puerto Rico are demanding that the island's governor resign over a scandal involving leaked messages sent by the governor and his close aides. And, just days after the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, India has launched a new mission to the moon.
Full story - July 22, 2019
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As emigration changed the make-up of Portugal's Azores islands, musician Rafael Carvalho and his students are reviving nearly-lost traditions.
Full episode - July 19, 2019
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It's official: Last month was the hottest June on record for our planet. We'll take a look at past and future temperature trends. Plus, tensions between the US and Iran have created a high alert situation in the Gulf region. And, some Muslims question whether to go on the hajj this year because of Saudi Arabia's human rights record.
Full story - July 19, 2019
Mick Jagger, left, and guitarist Keith Richards perform during the kick-off show of the Rolling Stones' "No Filter" tour at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. June 21, 2019.
Businesses worldwide are looking for alternatives to single-use plastic cups.