Facing political and economic pressure from the US, Mexico has seen a shift in public attitude toward migrants: Rising resentment is replacing tolerance in a country that is both deeply religious and has a long history of sending its own citizens to the US.

Full story - May 31, 2019
Two students taking a picture with the Washington State governor
In Washington State, students' efforts to get their university to provide religious accommodations becomes a civics lesson.
Full episode - May 30, 2019
US President Donald Trump is shown looking to his left while standing behind a podium with the US presidential seal on it.
President Trump sends conflicting tweets on whether Russia helped him get elected. Meanwhile, the president's son-in-law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner, is in Israel to work out a Mideast peace plan, but it's come at a difficult time for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who, on Thursday, formed a coalition government and lawmakers there dissolved parliament. Finally, get a culinary vocabulary lesson in Mon-Khmer.
Full story - May 30, 2019
Ayatollah Khamenei stands on a stage.
During tensions with the United States over Iran's nuclear ambitions, Ayatollah Khamenei has come out and declared a fatwa over the use of nuclear weapons. But what does this really mean for Iran and the recent nuclear deal? The World's host Marco Werman speaks with Omid Safi, a professor of Iranian studies at Duke University and the director of the Duke Islamic Studies Center, to find out.
Full story - May 30, 2019
(Left to right) Gwen Muranaka, Mikey Hirano Culross and Mario Reyes, in the newsroom of the last remaining Japanese American daily newspaper, the Rafu Shimpo in downtown Los Angeles, 2010.
As Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II die, one newspaper finds its community’s history carries new resonance in the current era of immigrant detention.
Full episode - May 29, 2019
Boris Johnson is shown walking in front of a white background with the word, "Leave" printed on it.
The frontrunner to succeed Theresa May as British Prime Minister has been ordered to go on trial for allegedly lying and misleading the public during the 2016 Brexit campaign. Plus, a wall has gone up along the Mexico-US border, but it's built by Trump supporters, not the federal government. And, detaining refugees at the border has become big business for local communities.
Full story - May 29, 2019
Wyatt
Holding detainees has become big business for private companies and some local governments. But there’s increasing pushback from protesters in places like California and Oregon. The issue has divided communities such as Central Falls, Rhode Island.
Full story - May 28, 2019
President Donald Trump holds a chart of military hardware sales as he welcomes Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S. March 20, 2018. 
US President Donald Trump has overruled Congress in a decision to re-arm Saudi Arabia and the UAE. What may be intended as a warning to Iran could undermine efforts to halt civilian casualties in the Yemen war.
Full story - May 28, 2019
Superfan
Nav Bhatia, an Indian immigrant to Canada, bought his first Raptors tickets in 1995. He hasn't missed a game since — and he's made it his mission to spread love of basketball to people who wouldn't ordinarily feel welcomed in stadiums.
Full episode - May 28, 2019
Plastic waste is shown covering almost the entire ground area of the photo with a slim green tree line along the top of the frame.
Malaysia is tired of being an international dumping ground for trash from other countries and is sending the trash back. And, the problem with recycling is that a lot of material thrown in the bin is potentially contaminating other trash. We tell you how one American community is trying to get it right. Plus, a special report from Antarctica where tourists are learning how climate change impacts their lives.
Full story - May 28, 2019
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New Orleans native Jack Gilmore brought spicy hometown dishes like étouffée and gumbo to the menu aboard a scientific research ship. But he also learned what the warming of Antarctica might mean for his beloved city.

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