Some 4,000 Liberians will lose their legal status due to the Trump administration’s termination of a program that granted them temporary reprieves from deportation. This week, they got their day in court.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to a Syrian architect named Salah Asfoura, who lives in Worcester, MA.
A journalist in Congo encourages rape survivors to share their stories to publicize the use of rape as a weapon of war between armed groups.
The World's Jason Margolis looks at the legacy of New York's Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire on the global garment industry today. The fire, which occurred 100 years ago Friday, was one of the worst workplace disasters in US history.
Once among the most powerful unions in the United States, the United Auto Workers union is stuck between the future and the present.
We talk about the United Autoworkers Union's past, the transformation it's undergone during the last few years, and what its future looks like with Gary Chaison, a professor of labor relations at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts.
The 1984 gas leak in Bhopal, India destroyed thousands of lives; but in the US, the disaster led to better regulation of industrial hazards.
100 years ago this weekend, Sigmund Freud made his first and only trip to the United States to deliver a series of lectures at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. Anchor Jeb Sharp talks to Clark University archivist Mott Linn about the visit.