Full story - April 15, 2019
A green military truck drives on a road.
After asking the US State Department for a list of corrupt government officials in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, some lawmakers are unimpressed with what they were given.
Full story - April 15, 2019
A closeup photo of Rep. Ilhan Omar.
The cover could incite further hate crimes against the congresswoman and Muslim Americans at a time when Islamophobia is already on the rise, says community organizer Debbie Almontaser.
Full story - April 15, 2019
Downtown Atlanta
More than 100 cities have pledged to run on 100% renewable energy and signed onto the Sierra Club’s “Ready for 100” campaign. But turning commitment into action is where the real work begins, and Atlanta might be the ultimate test case.
Full episode - April 15, 2019
Sparks are seen through one of Notre-Dame's iconic stained glass windows.
Parisians watch in horror as the Notre-Dame Cathedral goes up in flames. Plus, President Donald Trump's new immigration plan offers migrant parents a choice: lose your children at the border or get locked up together. And, what the NBA is doing to attract more Latino talent and expand the league's Latino fan base.
Full story - April 12, 2019
Coffee beans swirl in a large roaster
The country this week decided it would no longer require companies to stockpile coffee. For those working in the coffee business, it’s a slight.
Full story - April 12, 2019
A woman stands on the porch of a house
Airbnb announced plans to delist rentals in the occupied West Bank in November, but was quickly engaged in lawsuits that alleged discrimination. The vacation website has reversed their decision, but is again fielding blowback.
Full story - April 12, 2019
Rwanda
Kagame pardoned 367 women who were jailed because they had an abortion. The order was widely praised by women and human rights activists.
Full story - April 11, 2019
Kristinn Hrafnsson, editor in chief of Wikileaks, and barrister Jennifer Robinson talk to the media outside the Westminster Magistrates Court after WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested in London, Britain, April 11, 2019.
Carrie Cordero, a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security and law professor, spoke with The World’s host Marco Werman about what might happen next in the case — and what Assange's arrest means for news organizations publishing national security stories.
Full story - April 11, 2019
A thick crowd of people wave Sudanese flags and celebrate. A man in military fatigues is being carried through the crowd.
Omar al-Bashir was overthrown in a military coup on Thursday, but the defense minister announced a two-year period of military rule despite protesters' demands for "true democracy."

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