A redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 448-page report on his inquiry into Russia's role in the 2016 US election was released on Thursday. The report details a series of actions by President Donald Trump to impede the probe, raising questions about whether he committed the crime of obstruction of justice.

Full story - April 04, 2019
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Students at the Lydia Patterson Institute in El Paso, Texas, are getting up extra early to make it to class on time — because about 70 percent of the student body lives in Mexico and crosses the US-Mexico border every day.
Full story - April 04, 2019
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The era of the trans-Atlantic slavery is documented in archives in former colonies around the world. Now, just as there’s the most potential to use those documents to fill in large gaps in history, some of those archives are at risk of being lost.
Full story - April 04, 2019
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He's got an emblazoned belt and cowboy boots in lieu of a cape, but El Peso Hero is a guardian of our times. Creator and comic artist Héctor González Rodríguez created this superhero, who protects the powerless on the US-Mexico border.
Full story - April 04, 2019
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When the group debuted in the mid-2000s, AKB48 was more easily dismissed as a novelty act. But in recent years, the group has expanded into a bona fide musical empire — one that has spread across Asia.
Full episode - April 04, 2019
Cars are lined up across the entire distance of the photograph — in line to cross to El Paso, Texas.
What a border shutdown would mean for high school students who cross from Mexico into Texas every day to attend classes. And, the word "boycott" goes back to an Englishman named Captain Charles Boycott. People didn't like him. Plus, one of Japan's biggest girl groups can be described as a cross between "The Mickey Mouse Club" and "The Hunger Games."
Full story - April 03, 2019
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Shell oil says it will leave the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers lobbying group in 2020 over a "material misalignment" of climate policy. It's just the first step, says one climate activist.
Full story - April 03, 2019
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Days away from voting booths opening for India's national elections, fake news has become pervasive and deadly. Whatsapp is trying to combat this with their Checkpoint Tipline.
Full episode - April 03, 2019
The Mar-a-Lago estate is shown in a medium shot photograph with peach-colored walls and a US flag flying to the right.
Could a thumb drive containing malware be a threat to the President of the United States? Also, attempts to stop fake news ahead of India's general election. And New Orleans recently announced it will issue an apology for the lynching of 11 Italian immigrants back in 1891.
Full story - April 02, 2019
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The treaty was signed amid much fanfare in Washington on April 4, 1949. But as the world has changed, is NATO still relevant seven decades later?
Full story - April 02, 2019
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Automation is expected to make many jobs disappear in the future. And according to a recent study, women are more vulnerable to job loss than men.

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