Full story - February 13, 2019
A man, left, takes a photo of a colorful robot that is also working as waitstaff in a restaurant.
A new book theorizes that technology will cause a massive upheaval and a loss of jobs at nearly every level — but argues it will ultimately will be better for the world.
Full story - February 13, 2019
An illustration depicts Hungarian women pulling a curtain that is also a Hungarian flag revealing the symbol of women behind it.
Hungarian women face social expectations that they should be caretakers instead of breadwinners. The country also has the lowest rate of women in government in the European Union — just 12 percent.
Full episode - February 13, 2019
A closeup of Maria Ressa with her hand up in front of her face.
Journalist Maria Ressa, the head of Rappler, a news website critical of the government in the Philippines, is facing an accusation of cyber libel from the government of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, and Duterte has denounced Rappler as "fake news." Also, we conclude our series on politics in Hungary. Today, how the rise for far-right parties has kept women out of positions of power in the country. Plus, a town in the Russian Arctic struggles to cope with a polar bear invasion.
Full story - February 12, 2019
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stands in front of several flags while speaking into several media microphones
Analysts say Hungary's Viktor Orbán has created "a new kind of model about how autocrats operate."
Full story - February 12, 2019
A 65 by 13 foot modular unit is shown with a green insulated side and windows, dangling from a crane.
With improved technology and logistics, developers are increasingly turning to a borderless new movement in modular construction, possibly disrupting the hotel and apartment building industry.
Full story - February 12, 2019
A teacher speaks in front of the classroom.
One ethnic studies teacher in Oakland, California, noticed that her students, who come from all over the world, had some trouble relating to each other. So, she created a video dictionary so that the students can teach each other words and phrases from their home country.
Full story - February 12, 2019
In this illustration, a man is seen sweeping thought bubbles underneath a rug
Since Viktor Orbán returned to power in 2010, the media in Hungary has been consolidated by the government and friends of the government. Independent voices that remain are struggling to fund their journalism.
Full story - February 12, 2019
People fill a warehouse. Around them a packs of food and drink.
Millions of dollars worth of food and medical supplies is stalled on the Venezuela-Colombia border. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro won't let the aid in. A former chief of staff says there are "strings attached" to the aid.
Full story - February 11, 2019
People are shown protesting against hate carrying flags and a brightly colored placard.
According to the FBI, In 2017, reports of hate crimes in the United States increased for the third consecutive year.

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