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The Automated Edition
Bananas and foreign travel: What it means to be a computer hacker in North Korea.
The Unforgettable Edition
Young Navajo in the southwest grapple with a traumatic chapter in US history.
The Father’s Day Edition
“What I remember about my dad is that he had this penetrating smile.”
It’s The Law
Inside one of the busiest immigration courts in the US.
Mexico's football team changes the way it displays its player’s names on their jerseys.
Talk to Me
“I personally consider Russia to be a threat to many American national interests.”
In Ukraine, surrogacy is legal, but some ask if it's exploitation.
The Red Line
“What the president did is embarrassing, it's unprecedented, it's a diplomatic disaster.”
Food for Thought
In the US-China trade war, midwestern soya bean farmers are caught in the middle
China warns the US: ‘Clean your recycling, or we won’t take it.’
The Survivor Edition
In northern Mexico a plane crashed just after takeoff and all 103 passengers survived
No Place Like Home
Karolina Chorvath discovered her identity as a third culture kid. But what is a TCK?
Microsoft detects attacks by Russian hackers. What’s the state of US digital security?
Many US asylum seekers are now fleeing to Canada
The Blockbuster Edition
Crazy Rich Asians isn’t just a summer blockbuster, it’s a cultural phenomenon
The American University in Kabul was under attack, but that’s not stopping these student
The New Normal
The destruction caused by Hurricane Maria didn’t stop this student from returning home
John Kerry has a simple message for Americans who think politics is broken: vote
Trade and Tariffs
The US, Canada and Mexico have signed a new trade deal, but the trade war is not over yet
City of Angels
The story behind an iconic photograph taken moments after Robert Kennedy’s assassination
The US is one of just a few Western democracies that prevent felons from voting
A Half Degree of Separation
Half a degree doesn't seem like much but in climate change, it makes all the difference
It’s All Political
She was a refugee from Afghanistan. Now she’s running for state office in the US
The US midterms are over, so what do the results mean for US immigration?
Into The Woods
Wildfires devastated her town in California, now Ellen VandenBerg is starting over
Not all Americans celebrate Thanksgiving; for many native people, it’s a day of sorrow
Unmade in America
General Motors is closing 5 factories, but the ripple effects will go beyond auto workers
The Migrant Caravan
Thousands of migrants have reached the US-Mexico border. Now what?
When war keeps students from starting high school on time, should they get an extra year?
America is addicted to painkillers and tens of thousands of people are dying of overdoses
The Lungs of the World
The Amazon rainforest used to absorb greenhouse gases. Now, it may be emitting them
The Friendship Edition
The Salvadoran women imprisoned for losing their unborn children
Living Green in 2019
Deforestation, wildfires, and hurricanes characterised 2018. What can we expect in 2019?
Taboos, Bans and Barriers
Ada Hegerberg has been named best female football player in the world
Four hundred years ago pirates brought enslaved Africans to Virginia’s shores
The Influencer Edition
Influencers used to be able to disguise their #ads, now it won’t be as easy
The Together Edition
A Salvadoran mother chooses loneliness in the US, to forge a better future for her son
Forty years of consequences
Protests, backchannels and secrets. The story of the Iranian Revolution
The boy in the caravan
The story of a teenager who fled gangs in El Salvador to reunite with his mother in the US
Outside the lines
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova sparks a dicey debate over transgender athletics
Conversations without borders
In the midst of a so-called crisis at the US-Mexico border, border tourism is thriving
Caste in America
Even with his Harvard University education, caste follows Suraj Yengde ‘like a shadow’
Time to act
Activism has consequences; good and bad
The legacy edition
‘There was a lot of discord around campus. They couldn’t keep sweeping it under the rug.’
‘During that selection, we were the chosen ones to die’
History in the making
The story of Mexican migration to the US goes back decades
Volunteers in the US form underground networks to house migrants with nowhere else to go
The US is fast-tracking facial recognition technology at its major airports
Signs and signals
A sanctuary city tries to stop deportation flights
Be you for you
A transgender athlete supports the IAAF’s controversial definition of women.
At what cost?
Have you heard how many weapons the US has sold to Saudi Arabia?
Immigrants and refugees make ideal guides for a museum in Philadelphia.
Oath of allegiance
Controversy over US citizenship, privacy, and next year's census. Who will be counted?
Cyberwarfare and the Pentagon’s plan for Iran
Notes from a new world
Rocketman, the Elton John biopic, gets toned down in Russia
America's 'recycled' plastic is creating illegal wastelands in South East Asia
How one refugee family from Syria is starting over in California
State of anxiety
A post-9/11 law could allow President Trump to bypass Congress to wage war with Iran
Agree to Disagree
Immigrants in the US are very anxious about being asked if they’re citizens or not.
How the world looks through American eyes, and the myriad and unexpected ways that the world influences the United States.
For many immigrant students, fear of deportation and family separation is a daily reality
Breaking with tradition
Saudi Arabia’s human rights record is causing some Muslims to rethink making the hajj
Means of destruction
"People have somehow forgotten what happens when a nuclear weapon hits"
The US-China trade dispute may be entering a dangerous new phase: currency warfare
The long wait
'Peace is the highest desire’ says Roya Rahmani, Afghanistan’s ambassador to the US
20 years of Putin
The man and the moments that defined modern Russia
A professor with Ghanaian roots unearths a slave castle’s history — and her own
Into the thaw (Part one)
Is Thwaites Glacier doomed? Scientists race against time to find out.
Into the thaw (Part two)
If Thwaites Glacier collapses, it would change global coastlines forever.
The Mississippi: Pushed to the brink
With globalization and climate change, life on the Mississippi river is under threat
The evangelical edition
Megachurches, hip hop, and podcasts: American evangelical Christians are ‘not a monolith’
‘I would like you to do us a favour’: The phone call that ignited a political storm
An FBI informant pressured to spy on New York mosques seeks a way out