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How the world looks through American eyes, and the myriad and unexpected ways that the world influences the United States.
How do you make people laugh in Trump's America?
His parents were refugees. He’s a Trump advisor. Sebastian Gorka talks US-Russia relations
A Trump voter is stunned to find her Syrian relatives deported
Is Donald Trump “unfit” to be Commander in Chief?
Donald Trump cancels plans for a tower in Georgia. Is it business or geo-politics?
Obama is the first US president to author an article in Science magazine.
Hate crimes against Muslims are on the rise. One woman is fighting back. Literally.
We remember those artists who may no longer be with us but will always be a part of us.
The story behind America’s 26 towns called Moscow
China is building its own replica of an Iowa corn farm
How corrupt is the US compared to other countries?
A photographer from Lebanon plans to visit every town called Lebanon in the US.
When this family got their deportation papers, a small town banded together to save them.
Hate crimes in the US have spiked since the election. What if they continue?
Donald Trump’s victory left half the nation cheering, and half the nation in tears
Arab-Americans are divided over the consequences of a new US census category.
How Donald Trump's anti-immigration rhetoric divided a city
Why is it so hard to end the violence in Syria?
Two Americans in Lebanon on a mission from God to teach Syrian refugee children
The US ambassador to Denmark is now a reality TV star
Who would you want as your platoon sergeant, Clinton or Trump?
An Afghan refugee is using drones to save other refugees' lives
A 10-year-old girl makes her pitch to Western powers for peace in Yemen
"You’re going to have taco trucks on every corner" Marco Gutierrez of Latinos for Trump
The conflict in Colombia began before she was born. But it has affected her personally.
In Canada, US war resisters are currently in limbo
Activists in France draw strength from the Black Lives Matter movement in America
Some refugees, stuck in camps in Greece, are considering returning home
A Chicago surgeon recounts a nightmarish journey through Aleppo