David Leveille


David Leveille

David Leveille

Members of the Islamic Center of Santa Ana lineup after sunset in front of a taco truck.

Muslim and Latino communities in Southern California mix during Ramadan — thanks to taco trucks


The simple but powerful idea of uniting communities by bringing a taco truck to mosques during Ramadan.

Hijabi by Mona Haydar

Syrian-American musician and activist tackles the daily struggles of wearing a hijab

Bartali used training as a cover for secret efforts to rescue Jews.

The incredible story of Italian cyclist Gino Bartali, who risked his life to rescue Jews during the Holocaust

A simulation of the floating screens to be deployed by Ocean Cleanup to capture small plastic down to 1 cm, up to massive discarded fishing nets.

Two proposals to clean up our oceans of garbage: Will either work?

A couple of the new friends Fadi BouKaram made on his US road trip to visit all the towns and cities named Lebanon.

Exploring America’s towns named Lebanon, one at a time

Pittsburgh Pirates’ Gift Ngoepe became the first African-born player in MLB history.

Gift Ngoepe is the first African-born player to join baseball’s major league


South African-born Gift Ngoepe debuts at second base for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Guatemalan farmer and environmental activist Rodrigo Tot has won the prestigious Goldman prize.

A Guatemalan indigenous land rights activist wins the Goldman Environmental Prize


Rodrigo Tot helped his community win a landmark court decision that ordered the government to issue land titles to the Q’eqchi people and put environmental safeguards in place to stop destructive nickel mining in the region.

Photograph shows video captured by a Google self-driving car coupled with the same street scene as the data is visualized by the car during a presentation at a media preview of Google's prototype autonomous vehicles in Mountain View, California.

What if someone could hack into a driverless car and slam on the brakes?


According to one leading automotive researcher, designing driverless cars is only half the challenge. These futuristic vehicles are also going to have to be safeguarded from hackers.

Residents view the first iceberg of the season as it passes the South Shore, also known as "Iceberg Alley", near Ferryland Newfoundland, Canada April 16, 2017.

A tiny Canadian town has a new best friend: This massive, gorgeous iceberg


It’s iceberg season in Ferryland, Canada. Check out the photos!

Youth in Istanbul, Turkey protest the results of a referendum on their president's powers.

Turks vote by a slim margin to expand their president’s powers, and dissent erupts on social media

Global Politics

A razor-thin victory for Turkey’s president seems to further destabilize a NATO ally.