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Matthew Carney reports on a determined group of young Chinese men and women taking action against China’s anti-gay laws. Shanghai has seen thousands of cruise ships come and go, but perhaps never one like this. About 800 special invitees are piling aboard the ship to witness the marriages of nine LGBT couples in a brazen statement against China’s law and traditional family values.
A wild piece of coast was threatened by malls and McMansions until a reclusive billionaire couple arrived with the gift of a lifetime. Zoe Daniel reports.
It’s a Greek tale of tragedy, heroism and mind-blowing incompetence. Eric Campbell tells the story of the world’s deadliest bushfire since Australia’s Black Saturday in 2009 — and the fury in its aftermath.
They sound like science fiction, but radical remedies to slow global warming are on the way. Eric Campbell goes in search of crazy brave ideas to save the world.
Berlin was Holocaust headquarters — but for young Israeli Jews it’s the paragon of cool. Eric Campbell tracks one of the odder modern migrations.
The “Floating City” is sinking under rising seas and the weight of mass tourism. Now Venice’s residents are fighting to reclaim it, as Samantha Hawley reports.
Are attacks on white South African farmers aimed at terrorizing them off the land? Should Australia offer them special haven, as some politicians have suggested? Jonathan Holmes investigates.
A radical experiment in democracy and women’s rights is under way in the old badlands of Islamic State. But as Yaara Bou Melhem reports, it could be crushed in an instant.
They’re a familiar sight exercising and meditating in suburban parks around the world. A joint Foreign Correspondent-Background Briefing investigation delves into the opaque world of Falun Gong and its mysterious leader Master Li Hongzhi.
In many places around the world, affordable clean water is not available for drinking and everyday tasks, making safe sanitation during the pandemic impossible.KCET Original
Around the world, local organizations are finding creative ways to empower young women.KCET Original
The global fight against the coronavirus is sent to stage at the UN General Assembly; as world leaders call for unity, the U.S. President blames China for the pandemic.KCET Original
The satirical trio, Richard Montoya, Ricardo Salinas and Herbert Siguenza report from their homes.KCET Original
Stephanie Kelton, economist, talks with Jurriaan Kamp about the role of money in society and why we should not be concerned about the national debt.
Bangkok's future seems paralyzed by political upheaval, but social instability hasn't undermined the locals' fierce will to better their city.
At a popular bakery café, residents of New York's Upper East Side get bagels and coffee served with a smile — behind the scenes, undocumented immigrant workers face sub-legal wages, dangerous machinery & abusive managers who fire them for calling in sick.
From death row to national icon, a woman fights for the reintegration of former prisoners in Uganda.