A Louisiana college student wants to get creationism out of the syllabus in Louisiana's schools. He's been waging a years-long battle and, while he's a long way from succeeding, he says he's made remarkable progress.
A new documentary, "Somewhere Between," follows four girls as teenagers coming to terms with who they are and where they come from. The World's Jeb Sharp caught up with the filmmaker and three of her subjects at a recent screening in Boston.
Best selling author Barbara Kingsolver’s newest novel takes place in a small Appalachian community in rural Tennessee. The farming town gets international attention when climate change brings an unexpected group of winged creatures there to roost.
America's nuclear heritage has few sites open to the public. But since the Cold War ended, several sites have fallen out of active use. After narrowly avoiding being torns down, there's a movement to open them to the public as National Parks.
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