By PBS NewsHour
In the past, violence was the quickest route to establishing dominance. But today, people gain influence by advancing the welfare of others, according to Dacher Keltner. The more power people derive from helping others, however, the more likely they are…
After a weekend of tumult on the campaign trail, presidential hopefuls got down to business Monday in preparation for Tuesday’s primary battles--but the day began with unrest at yet another Donald Trump event. Meanwhile, Gov. John Kasich was supported by…
By Elisabeth Ponsot
Twin explosions carried out by suspected suicide bombers in Ankara, Turkey, killed dozens of people who had assembled in the capital city on Saturday to attend a peace rally.
Along with high-profile cases like the shooting at Emmanuel AME in Charleston and some of the killings of unarmed individuals by police, cities across the U.S. are experiencing a significant surge in gun violence. Gwen Ifill discusses this trend with…
By Nedra Pickler, Associated Press
Urging Americans to "do some soul-searching," President Barack Obama expressed deep frustration Tuesday over recurring black deaths at the hands of police, rioters responding with senseless violence and a society that will only "feign concern" without addressing the root causes.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
Vice President Joe Biden says societies must offer an "affirmative alternative" to extremism for immigrant communities.
By Brian Epstein
PBS NewsHour Weekend producer Brian Epstein recalls his recent trip to El Salvador, where the rise of violent gangs has pushed Salvadorans to seek asylum in the U.S.
By News Desk
The violence affecting life in El Salvador isn't confined within that country's borders. Residents from other parts of Central America, including Guatemala and Honduras, experience similar fears in their daily lives.
The Islamic State has gained notoriety for their beheadings and mass executions, but the group has also abducted thousands of women to make into sex slaves. A former female captive shares her story with the NewsHour, plus Gwen Ifill talks…
United Nation's Ban Ki-moon called for the Syrian delegations, representing the government and opposition party, to work towards a solution to the three-year civil war.
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