Many Lebanese are turning toward anger and frustration over corrupt Lebanese officials for the presence of a warehouse full of ammonium nitrate at the center of a massive explosion. And, in Afghanistan, the country’s health minister said an antibody survey revealed almost one-third of the nation may have been infected with the coronavirus. Also, with Hiroshima marking the 75th anniversary of the 1945 nuclear blast on Thursday, the survivors were a diminished presence due to the threat of the coronavirus and their old age.
Western-style weddings are so popular in Japan that wedding companies can't find enough ministers to fill the demand. So they hire anyone who fits the profile.
Public school districts struggling with whether to teach ethnic studies, or climate change, or even evolution, are just enacting the latest act of long American drama. History, as presented in American classrooms, isn't always the final word on what happened.
Doctor and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Bernard Lown talks with Living on Earth about his journey to save the world from nuclear warfare, and his new book "Prescription for Survival."