For Greece's ultranationalist Golden Dawn party, the world’s biggest refugee crisis since World War II was a political opportunity. And Lesbos seemed a natural place to build a base of support. It wasn’t.
When ISIS invaded northern Iraq, they captured many Yazidi women, forced them to convert to Islam and traded them as sex slaves. The Yazidi community granted photographer Marcio Pimenta rare access to capture moving images of the reintegration process for freed women rejoining the group.
Despite 16 years of effort, al-Qaeda has not gone away. In fact, they might be poised to make a dramatic return. Ali Soufan, a counter-terrorism expert and former FBI agent, looks at the organization's strengths and weaknesses.
Throughout history, Sweden has been a safe haven for refugees from around the world. Since 2014, Sweden has accepted more asylum seekers per capita than any other European country. But with rising anti-immigrant sentiments and the ascendency of right-wing political parties, that could all change.
The Vietnam War was a searing event in the history of the US. According to rarely heard audio recordings, President Lyndon Johnson expressed great misgivings about getting deeply involved in the conflict, but at every crucial juncture made the decision to do so. This series examines how and why that happened.
We wanted checks and balances. But immigration is just the latest issue in which it's clear there's a breakdown between branches. Meantime, millions of people needlessly suffer, writes the host of "The Takeaway."
Japan and India signed a controversial civil nuclear deal on Friday that will allow Japanese companies to export atomic technology to the Asian giant as the two countries deepen economic and security ties.
Christian relief worker David Eubank has taken his family to war-ravaged Mosul to rescue civilians targeted by ISIS. Eubank tells host Marco Werman about his daring missions under fire and his occasional self-doubt.