Several governments in the Pacific have warded off the coronavirus so far by imposing early and strict quarantines. But the benefit of being a rural island is likely to disappear if the highly infectious disease is introduced.
By Maea Lenei Buhre
As coronavirus has spread across the U.S., so have reports of violence against people of Asian descent, and the FBI warns a surge in hate crimes could be yet to come. These fears have led to the creation of a…
Locally based fishermen who supply the lone Starkist tuna cannery in American Samoa are facing a perfect storm of obstacles that are threatening their economic survival. A battle is now on in the U.S. territory to fend off those looming…
By Mike Taibbi, Laura Fong, Mori Rothman
On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 16, a partial government shutdown hangs over a border wall dispute in Congress, and a look at life inside ISIS from a reporter on the front lines. Also, Marshall Islands residents are leaving the…
By PBS NewsHour
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