Part of a partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, special correspondent Steve Sapienza reports from the West African nation of Ivory Coast and explains how committees set up to maintain access to water are helping bring together communities…
Violence has never been a stranger to the people of Karachi, Pakistan's commercial center. However, as fighting has worsened in recent months, some citizens are trying to stem the tide. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on an appeal…
Indonesia has 240 million people living on 6,000 islands, belonging to hundreds of ethnic groups. The evolving democracy continues to grow its economy.
By Talea Miller
When economist Tyler Cowen finishes his day job at George Mason University and dinner time rolls around, he sinks his teeth into his hobby: blogging about -- and eating -- ethnic food in and around Washington, D.C.
By Elizabeth Shell
Economist Tyler Cowen loves sinking his teeth into his favorite hobby: ethnic food.
By Elizabeth Shell When economist Tyler Cowen finishes his day job at George Mason University and dinner time rolls around, he gets to sink his teeth into his hobby: blogging about -- and eating -- ethnic food in and…
An Arizona law is going into effect Friday aimed at shutting down ethnic studies classes in Tucson's public schools, but is binding on all public schools in the state. Lucky Severson reports on the new law in a story that…
By PBS NewsHour
Negotiations led by the U.N. Security Council to determine the future of Kosovo ended in a deadlock Wednesday, with Western diplomats saying talks would continue in European capitals over the fate of the U.N. administered province.
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