Full story - October 31, 2019
Kerma: Statue of Lady Sennuwy emerging, Dec. 16, 1913
Museums are striving to identify archaeologists’ biases and correct their portrayals of history.
Full story - October 31, 2019
A tall white man and a shorter white woman walking
Tim Morrison, the top adviser on Russia and Europe in Trump's National Security Council, spoke to investigators Thursday, one day after it was reported he would be leaving his post. But it's unusual that NSC staffers like Morrison are testifying at all, says a former Pentagon speechwriter.
Full episode - October 31, 2019
A man is shown sitting in the balcony of the US House with a vote tallying electric sign in front of him.
The US House of Representatives has voted to proceed with the formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Lawmakers approved rules for the next stage, including public hearings, in the investigation into Trump's attempt to have Ukraine investigate a domestic political rival. Also, President Barack Obama's former National Security Advisor, Susan Rice on impeachment, the US withdrawal from northern Syria and why she thinks the US is exporting what she calls, "instability around the world." Plus, Australia's controversial "backpacker tax," a 15% tax that has hit Americans who earn money while on long-term vacations in Australia, has been ruled illegal.
Full story - October 30, 2019
People wait in line to get water in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on September 29, 2019.
Magalie Dresse's craft business in Haiti caught fire in a protest. And while scared for the short term, she told The World she's optimistic that recent demonstrations will bring about long-term change.
Full story - October 30, 2019
A four-piece punk band is shown playing to a crowd and bathed in red lights.
Exilio was formed by three Venezuelan migrants who came together in Bogotá, Colombia, after leaving their friends and family behind to seek a new start. The crisis in Venezuela has produced a new wave of angry youth expressing their rage through heavy guitar riffs and howling vocals.
Full story - October 30, 2019
Piura Street in Ayabaca, Peru, is shown filled with people the entire length of the photo with buildings on either side.
Every October, some 50,000 pilgrims arrive in Ayabaca, a small town in the Peruvian Andes, as part of an annual journey to honor Señor Cautivo de Ayabaca, or the Christ of Ayabaca.
Full episode - October 30, 2019
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is shown at a podium speaking with his right hand resting on the podium.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won parliamentary approval for a new election that he hopes will break the deadlock over Brexit. Plus, WhatsApp is suing an Israeli company for hacking into mobile phones and allegedly installing malware on the devices. And researchers are counting the world's whale populations from outer space.
Full story - October 30, 2019
Nancy Pelosi in blue in front of American flags
The US House of Representatives will vote on a resolution to formalize the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump Thursday, which will set rules for the investigation going forward. But what's happened in the inquiry so far? The World looks back at some key moments.
Full story - October 29, 2019
People hold bright yellow signs reading "Defend TPS" in front of the White House in Washington, DC.
Jose Palma, a Salvadoran TPS holder in Boston, said the news was “bittersweet.”
Full story - October 29, 2019
A man in a military uniform is walking with other people around him
A witness in the impeachment inquiry faced accusations of being a "double agent" by conservative media before his appearance on Tuesday. A retired general who supervised Army Lt. Col. Alex Vindman says the suggestions and innuendo are "reprehensible."