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By Talea Miller
The NewsHour's Morocco series starts Wednesday with a report on government reforms brought on by the Arab Spring unrest. Learn more about this fascinating country, its culture and challenges in the slide show above. You can also read a…
By Mike Fritz
// Photographer John Moore is no stranger to combat. As a member of an Associated Press team in 2005, he shared a Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography for coverage of the war in Iraq and he's done extended…
By Cat Wise
The second installment in a three-part Global Health series on Cuba airs Tuesday on the NewsHour. View photos from the team's trip through Havana below and tune in to learn more about Cuba's universal health care system and the…
By Julia Griffin
Want to see a mosquito heart? A starfish embryo? The crystals in crystallized soy sauce? Then behold the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition, an annual contest for photomicrographs, or images taken through a microscope. The subject matter…
By Lea Winerman
The Food and Drug Administration unveiled 36 proposed warning labels for cigarette packages and ads on Wednesday. The new labels will be much bigger and more graphic than what U.S. consumers are used to seeing: They'll cover half of the…
By Paul Solman
Two years to the month after the titan of Wall Street declared bankruptcy, Lehman Brothers' extensive and diverse art collection is headed to the titans of the auction block: Sotheby's of New York and Christie's of London. The art was…
By Travis Daub
In an effort to rid the country of unsafe, illegal and aging structures, the Chinese Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development plans to demolish more than half of the country’s residential buildings in the next 20 years. Illegal structures…
Floodwaters spread Wednesday into Pakistan’s populous Punjab province, heightening a humanitarian crisis that has killed more than 1,500 people and left 3.2 million needing food aid and assistance. Heavy monsoon rains set off the worst flooding the nation has seen…
From podcasts to digital tablets, technology is reshaping the way Americans read. As the 2010 Book Expo wraps up in New York, Jeffrey Brown takes a look at emerging technologies and the future of the book.
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