While CEOs from failing American companies aren't too apologetic, CEOs in Japan are held to a different standard of accountability.
Olson explains why his film "Flock of Dodos" ridicules the arrogance of scientists and the many contradictions of the intelligent design movement.
"The Writer as Migrant" is Jin's latest book examining the different ways writers have dealt with geographic displacement.
A story about a man who loves languages, but is still looking for that perfect one to really commit to -- so he's trying out a new one every week.
The Israeli film "Waltz with Bashir" has been banned in Lebanon. But that's not stopping people there from watching it.
The Vatican demanded bishop Williamson retract his remarks about the Holocaust -- he has repeatedly denied the existence of Nazi gas chambers.
How other countries managed to achieve universal health care, and how the U.S. might go about getting a system that works.
Politics and music have not always mixed well in Ethiopia. But governments change -- and the music survives, and evolves. A fine example is a new project that highlights the work of Ethiopian musicians today.
The EU threatens retaliation over the "Buy American" clause in the economic stimulus package, and British workers protest foreign laborers.
Increasingly, used electronics are winding up in Africa, and Africans are paying a price – with their health.

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