Shot in the streets of Los Angeles at twilight, the video for "De Plata" utilizes the distinctive fading sidewalks and hazy neon of the American city.
An odyssey through the heart and soul of one young man whose past is fraught and whose future is hopeful and perhaps haunted.
This year has been a tumultuous one and it has left this country examining its values and what it cherishes most. This year's top stories have revolved around inclusivity and a willingness to explore beyond the usual borders.
Brazilian group francisco, el hombre haunt a house in Cuba.
Laura speaks with Eve Ensler about her new Broadway play "The Body of the World" and interviews Saru Jarayaman, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin about their fight for a fair minimum wage.
Indonesia relies on food imports – it doesn’t grow enough to feed its exploding population.
What is the future of medicine? Will we soon grow replacement organs in the lab and what role will traditional medicine have in this future?
As we move forward into 2018, lets take a look back at some of our coverage of some of the most influential women of the past year.
An exploration of the environmental movement — grassroots and global activism spanning fifty years from conservation to climate change.
Tom Goldtooth, executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network, discusses his recent report titled “Carbon Pricing: A Critical Perspective for Community Resistance."
The "Mothers' Radiation Lab" in Fukushima is staffed by local mothers who test foods for radiation.
The Trump administration has reversed an Obama-era ban on the import of elephant bodies by American trophy hunters.
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, assistant professor of African American studies at Princeton University, discusses Trump's first year in office and where racial justice movements go from here.
Congress is lurching toward a government shutdown as Republicans failed to reach agreement on a bill that would keep federal agencies funded past a Friday deadline.
New York City Councilmember Jumaane Williams was arrested along with 17 others as they attempted to block an ambulance being used to transport Ravi Ragbir to immigration detention last week.
The New York Times reports the Pentagon is preparing for a potential war with North Korea.
"Meals Ready to Eat" travels coast to coast and abroad exploring the foodie culture and gourmet culinary practices of the military-veteran community.
"The Migrant Kitchen" explores Los Angeles’ booming food scene through the eyes of a new generation of chefs whose cuisine is inspired by the immigrant experience.
Immigrants around the world face unbelievable challenges on their journey searching for a new place to call home.
"Founders Valley" speaks with entrepreneurs in Bangladesh who are seeking to move their country forward beyond its common brutal working conditions.
This episode of "What In the World" investigates the modern phenomenon of soccer slavery in which many young footballers trafficked out of Africa have been left to fend for themselves
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