Full story - January 13, 2021
An angry mob storms the US Capitol building.
J.M. Berger, author of the book, "Extremism," says his most urgent question is how and where the large and radicalized community of extremists in the US will act next, pointing out that 15%-30% of Americans identify as white nationalists.
Full story - January 13, 2021
View of the mass grave at the Bon Secours mother-and-baby Home, Tuam County Galway Republic of Ireland.
The apologies follow a five-year investigation that found an “appalling level of infant mortality” in the institutions. 
Full story - January 13, 2021
US President Donald Trump faces a black and white striped wall.
The US House of Representatives is expected on Wednesday to vote to impeach President Donald Trump, as a growing number of both Democrats and Republicans share concern that the president poses a threat to national security after he incited a violent mob to storm the Capitol on Jan. 6.
Full episode - January 12, 2021
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is shown in the distance framed by a doorway and wearing a suit with a face mask on.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has announced that Cuba will be re-designated a state sponsor of terrorism. And, on Thursday, millions of Ugandans will go to the polls to vote for president in an election that has been marked by violence and the arrest of opposition figures. Also, so-called “‘edible public spaces” can come in a lot of different shapes and sizes, ranging from a community garden to a 5-acre forest to a citrus tree on the side of a road.
Full story - January 12, 2021
A health worker gives an injection to a mock patient during a coronavirus vaccine drill in Bali, Indonesia.
Expanding vaccine access helps China reframe the narrative of the pandemic and improve China’s image, said Yangzhong Huang, a senior fellow for global health at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Full story - January 12, 2021
Adela Diaz says the coronavirus pandemic has brought new urgency to her college major in public health.
Adela Diaz, an 18-year-old Latina, recalled a tense night on Nov. 3, after she voted in her first US presidential election.
Full story - January 12, 2021
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi holds a news conference on the day after a violent attack on the US Congress, Jan. 7, 2021.
Multinational companies are scrambling to distance themselves from the GOP and the radical far-right white supremacist groups embedded in the chaos by freezing or reassessing political donations.
Full episode - January 11, 2021
The stone facade of the US Capitol dome is shown in the distance through the branches of a tree without leaves.
US President Donald Trump’s remaining days in office have the nation — and the world — on edge. Even with all the available images of the storming of the US Capitol, it's still hard to comprehend. Many are asking how the attack was even possible and what national security concerns the US faces as a result. Also, Guinness World Records has confirmed that Stig Severinsen has broken the world distance record for swimming with fins with just one breath.
Full story - January 11, 2021
Smoke fills the walkway outside the Senate chamber as supporters of President Donald Trump are confronted by US Capitol Police officers inside the Capitol, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington, DC.
"There is going to have to be a reconstruction of events and find out who dropped the ball and why," said legal and security analyst Asha Rangappa, a former FBI special agent.
Full story - January 11, 2021
Former White House national security aide Fiona Hill, testifies before the House Intelligence Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Nov. 21, 2019, during a public impeachment hearing of President Donald Trump.
Fiona Hill was a key witness in the previous impeachment proceedings. Hill was Trump’s top Russia adviser from 2017 to 2019 and also served on the National Security Council. She told The World's host Marco Werman that the idea to storm the Capitol didn't come out of the blue.