Rhana’s Recent Stories
Arts Aug 16How Aretha Franklin shaped generations of music
“If there’s a heaven, this is what it sounds like.”…
World May 11Syrian man’s immigration nightmare: stranded for months in a Malaysian airport
Hassan al Kontar, a Syrian national, has been living in Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur airport for more than 60 days, stuck in legal limbo over his immigration status. The PBS NewsHour’s Rhana Natour reports.
Nation May 07Are hotels and outdoor concerts any safer since the Las Vegas attack?
In the coming months, millions of Americans will fill flagship hotels and music festivals across the country, even though the prospect of a hostile attack weighs heavily on the national consciousness.
Nation Apr 10Quiz: How much do you know about your internet privacy?
We made a quiz to test your knowledge.
Nation Mar 31What’s next for ‘Serial’s’ Adnan Syed?
An appeals court this week ruled that Adnan Syed, whose case was chronicled in the hit true crime podcast “Serial, should be granted a retrial. Here's what that means.
Nation Mar 16To help men relaunch their lives, this custom-tailor gives them suits
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, a man who has made a living crafting high-end suits has found a way to use his talents to give back to the community: by giving donated suits to men recently out…
Nation Mar 15The Pulse Nightclub shooter’s wife is on trial. Here’s why
Noor Salman has pleaded not guilty to providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization by helping her husband prepare for the attack, and to obstruction of justice for misleading federal agents. Here's what we know.
Nation Jan 08Does sexual harassment training work?
Will companies respond to the #MeToo movement by pouring more money into trainings or will they focus on developing other solutions?…
Arts Nov 03‘This is just the beginning’ of change in the industry, says female director of new movie about life after sexual assault
"To: the many, many male Directors who have put their hands on my thighs, my waist, my hands, commented inappropriately on what I am wearing," wrote filmmaker Jessica Thompson. "You are some of the main reasons that I made [this…
Politics Sep 27Sights set on 2018, the Women’s March is throwing a convention
The Women’s Convention is the first Women’s March event explicitly targeted toward influencing a national election, rather than responding to one.