Sami Yaffan's Russian journey continues!
In 1959, an insurgent commando led by Fidel Castro took power on the island of Cuba, overthrowing the regime of Fulgencio Batista.
After five decades of armed struggle, Colombia signed a peace treaty between the FARC rebels and the government.
Conflicting traditions in the middle of conflicts and social resonant enthusiasts call musnanad
Marlise Munoz was 33 years old and 14 weeks pregnant when she suffered a pulmonary embolism and was pronounced brain-dead.
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.
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?
There’s a big difference between a species being present and a species being abundant. “Bioabundance” refers not to the number of species in an area but, to the number of individual creatures present.
As urbanization creates a variety of vectors for non-native species to find their way into Los Angeles, scientists work to catalog the city's evolving biodiversity.
Often assumed to reside in mountains and state parks, coyotes and mountain lions have adapted to survive in habitats that may be much closer to us that we think.
The Trump administration has announced plans to gut the Endangered Species Act, ordering federal agencies to consider economic impacts before listing animals to be protected under the law.
In New York City, the new owner of the New York Daily News says it will fire half the staff of the longtime newspaper.
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.
In a first of its kind, veteran war correspondents Stuart Ramsay and Alex Crawford take viewers behind the scenes of reporting on stories in the world's most dangerous areas.
Reporting on major international issues and the stories that governments don't want told.
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.
Javier weds heiress Laura Montenegro unaware of her secret. Alicia's abductor returns to the hotel to blackmail Diego.
Tiny Estonia is digging in against potential attacks from its giant neighbor Russia.
Stuart Ramsay uncovers documents that unmask thousands of Islamic State recruits.
"The Politics Of Hate" documents the last 100 years of hate in the U.S. and the interconnection between the American and European far-right movements.
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