A redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 448-page report on his inquiry into Russia's role in the 2016 US election was released on Thursday. The report details a series of actions by President Donald Trump to impede the probe, raising questions about whether he committed the crime of obstruction of justice.

Full story - April 10, 2019
A bishop sprinkles holy water on a coffin covered in the Polish flag
Polish-born American revolutionary hero Casimir Pulaski is the namesake of many sites across America. But questions have always lingered about his burial. When Pulaski's body was exhumed, researchers discovered something surprising — many of his skeletal traits were female.
Full episode - April 10, 2019
An Orthodox Jewish man is shown walking past the brick facade of the Yeshiva Kehilath Yakov school in Brooklyn.
The current measles outbreak in New York City has a Ukraine connection. Also, the divided stance toward Israel among American Jews. Plus, one family split between the US and Haiti dreads a potential loss of their temporary legal status under a Trump administration policy.
Full story - April 09, 2019
A group of Latina women in front of white boards pose for the camera
Latina Rebels want to take control of what it means to be a Latina in the US today. Using memes and Instagram stories, they are sparking debate about hot button issues, documenting their experiences and providing Latinx activists a platform to share their work.
Full story - April 09, 2019
A woman is shown walking down a cement staircase in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The loss of Temporary Protected Status could be devastating for Haitians in the US and their loved ones back home, who are still struggling to recover almost 10 years after a massive earthquake.
Full story - April 09, 2019
A block of soldiers marches in uniform
The Iranian government has responded to the Trump administration’s designation of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terrorist organization with a similar, symbolic gesture. Jarrett Blanc, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, talks about what all this means.
Full story - April 09, 2019
wedding dress
Dilan Engin's short film, “Prenses Model (Princess Ball Gown),” uses the metaphor of a wedding dress being crafted to discuss violence against women in Turkey.
Full episode - April 09, 2019
Two Border Patrol agents  are shown in silhouette looking off in a darkened field.
Claudio Rojas was deported to his native Argentina after 19 years living in the US, and after appearing in a documentary critical of the Trump administration's immigration policies. Plus, Cuban baseball players get shut out of Major League Baseball. And, the true identity of a Polish American revolutionary war hero.
Full story - April 08, 2019
A man holds a poster of eastern Libyan military commander Khalifa Haftar
Gen. Khalifa Haftar helped put Muammar Gaddafi in power in 1969, spent decades in the US, and then returned for the dictator's overthrow in 2011. Now, at 75, he's challenging the internationally recognized Government of National Accord of Libya in a battle for Tripoli.
Full story - April 08, 2019
Syrian refugee, Malik Alarmash, left, speaks with Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry, right, at the Refuge Coffee Shop in Clarkston, Georgia. Stephanie Steinbrecher with the Sierra Club, center, listens.
Climate scientists agree that storms and droughts are becoming more severe, and the trend is only going to continue. As people get displaced, they face a big question: rebuild or relocate? It’s a dilemma that many people across the globe are facing and will inevitably lead to more people on the move to places like Clarkston, Georgia.
Full story - April 08, 2019
A woman stands near the corner of a house next to a flooded field.
Weeks after Cyclone Idai devastated the coast of Mozambique, coastal cities are still struggling to recover. Disease and poverty have created increasingly dangerous circumstances to those who have lost their homes.