Full story - May 06, 2019
The Trump administration has decided not to defend a 20-year-old federal ban on female genital mutiliation despite what activists say about the need to protect young girls.
Full episode - May 03, 2019
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó is photographed from behind speaking out to hundreds of supporters.
The Trump administration is opening new facilities in Texas to hold migrants apprehended at the border. Plus, on this World Press Freedom Day, we check in on the state of press freedom in Vladimir Putin's Russia. And, it's been a tumultuous week in Venezuela and there's no sign that the country's political crisis is any closer to a resolution.
Full story - May 03, 2019
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Sixty years before today's “K-pop invasion,” the Kim Sisters, a Korean girl group, landed on US shores and rocketed to stardom — singing American hits before they even learned English.
Full story - May 03, 2019
The motorcade of U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo enters the Saudi Royal Court in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Thirty-seven men were beheaded last week in Saudi Arabia. Most of them were from the country’s minority Shia community.
Full story - May 03, 2019
A woman's photo is superimposed on an illustrated image of the Brooklyn Bridge
Mira Jacob's new book, "Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversation," explores the themes of interracial marriages, racism, and raising a brown child.
Full story - May 03, 2019
Several men wearing hard hats work together to carry an injured man
As the world marks World Press Freedom Day, those who track threats against journalists say the global climate is a grim one.
Full story - May 02, 2019
Smoke rises after an air strike during fighting between members of the Syrian Democratic Forces and Islamic State militants in Raqqa, Syria,
A new Pentagon report counts only a fraction of the civilian casualties confirmed by NGOs, according to numbers reported by Amnesty International and Airwars.
Full episode - May 02, 2019
A child is shown in shadow playing with a soccer ball inside a temporary shelter.
How did a 16-year-old boy from Guatemala go from being detained by ICE to dying in a Texas hospital a little more than a week later? Also, huge discrepancies between the Pentagon's report and an independent report on the number of civilians killed where US troops were fighting. Plus, a geothermal power plant in Iceland that's pioneering ways to capture carbon dioxide pollution.
Full story - May 02, 2019
About a half hour east of Reykjavik, the ground seethes with steam — a bizarre, thick fog pouring out of the pebbly earth.
Full story - May 02, 2019
Ciara McCormack plays soccer
Several former players for the Vancouver Whitecaps women's soccer team have come forward to say the club has mishandled accusations of bullying and sexually suggestive behavior by a former coach. Host Carol Hills speaks to one of the former Whitecaps players, Ciara McCormack.