Full episode - November 30, 2018
Auli'i Cravalho in a long blue dress
What's next for the Russia probe? Ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff clues us in. Also, what does it mean for the Trump admistration's trade and immigration policies when Mexico officially gets a new president on Saturday? Plus, a new version of the hit Disney film "Moana" is being translated into Hawaiian to help young people reconnect with the language.
Full story - November 29, 2018
An explosion at a military arms depot is seen after it was hit by a Saudi-led air strike on the Nuqom Mountain overlooking Yemen's capital Sanaa, October 14, 2016.
The Senate voted to consider a halt to military support for Saudi Arabia. Here in the US, peace activists are celebrating. But in Yemen, folks are more circumspect.
Full story - November 29, 2018
The Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
President Donald Trump's tariffs are impacting a wide range of American industries, including one close to home for the president— hotels.
Full story - November 29, 2018
A person holds tear gas canisters and shot guns shells all tied on to a string
Use of tear gas has steadily risen around the world. But odds are, a lot of those silver canisters come from a factory in Jamestown, Pennsylvania, home to just over 600 people, and the uptick in sales has helped the community.
Full episode - November 29, 2018
A man has milk splashed into his eyes to wash out tear gas.
US President Donald Trump and other world leaders are gathering in Argentina for the G-20 Summit and among the group is Saudi Arabia's controversial crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. Plus, a factory in Pennsylvania produces tear gas canisters used all around the globe. And the United Nations announces the newest addition to its list of global intangible cultural treasures — reggae.
Full story - November 28, 2018
A poppy farmer stands in front of a poppy plant and talks with a mic in his hand.
Decriminalization of the poppy trade in Mexico's Guerrero state may alleviate the catastrophic violence related to drug cartels vying for territory. But some say the plan does not have the best interests of poppy growers at heart.
Full story - November 28, 2018
Iwao Hakamada sit I with a window behind him
Iwao Hakamada, 82, spent nearly five decades on death row — thought to be the world record — for a quadruple murder that evidence suggests he did not commit. A prosecutor appealed the ruling that freed him in 2014 and Hakamada could return to death row if he loses his appeal before the Japanese Supreme Court.
Full story - November 28, 2018
A sign seen through a windshield says "Welcome." It is marking the entrance to a FARC camp in Colombia.
Fighters get $200 a month as a stipend as they reintegrate into Colombian society but those payments won't last forever, so some are turning to tourism and creating FARC museums to earn a living.
Full story - November 28, 2018
People sitting in chairs at a clinic
Immigrant parents are pulling their children from health and nutrition programs because they're afraid that participating in them could prevent them from getting their green cards.

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