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After five decades of armed struggle, Colombia signed a peace treaty between the FARC rebels and the government.
At the exhibition "Moons," artists consider moons and how people have perceived them through time and through scientific discovery.
In May 1968, Paris was home to protests that questioned the French social reality, a mentality that grew into a global movement.
Dan Parker, a world champion drag racer, struggles to adjust to his new reality after he is blinded in a fiery racing accident.
Innovative, award-winning labor leader Saru Jayaraman says that, if we join together, we can end economic inequality in America.
Michael Brune of the Sierra Club and Emily Atkin of The New Republic discuss how EPA Scott Pruitt was grilled by lawmakers Thursday on Capitol Hill.
The renowned “anthropologist under Amazonian influence” considers the intelligence of living beings and wrestles with his own culture’s anthropocentric concepts.
Los Angeles has the potential to become a sanctuary for other endangered species – even those who are not native to Southern California.
A community science program is helping both researchers and citizens understand how vibrant of a nature sanctuary Los Angeles really is.
Designing cities that consider both animal and human habitats requires time and money but most of all, it requires a desire to imagine a city where we can enjoy reconnecting with the natural world.
What would the city look like if we considered the food potential of the trees we plant in our city, in addition to their functionality as ornament, erosion control and shade?
Hotspots correspondents travel to Mosul, Iraq, Barcelona, and Myanmar.
This week on the "Laura Flanders Show" we talk about what's happening in the U.K., where one of the two main parties is picking up many of the radical demands coming out of movement groups seeking to transform the economy and society.
About 800 determined young Chinese men and women pile aboard a ship to witness the marriages of nine LGBT couples.
Veteran war correspondents Stuart Ramsay and Alex Crawford explore behind the scenes of reporting on four separate stories in the world's most dangerous areas
The world-touring rock star and musician Sami Yaffa explores the music of our little blue planet floating in space.
Cronografía is a series of short animated films that shine a light on world history events through music.
A deep dive into Manchester's Muslim community to find hard and revealing conversations.
Under the tutelage of General Augusto Pinochet, Chile begins a life of 17 years of dictatorship in which there was censorship, curfews, exiles, missing civilians and a dirty war.
Nearly 17 percent of workers in the US are immigrants. Take them away, and the economy would tank.
US three-piece band Khruangbin explore Peru through a child's eyes.