Designing propaganda porcelain was a way for artists to make a living after years of struggling to survive and express themselves as Jewish artists in the Russian Empire.
Sixty-one jars of tattooed human skin are on display at a design museum in Lisbon. Don't worry, it's way less gross than it sounds.
Kristina Krump and her husband don't want to raise teenage boys in this country, in the current political climate, so they're starting a new life south of the border.
Surviving is not a crime. That's the slogan used by hundreds of undocumented migrants who eke out a living selling trinkets and handbags to tourists on the streets of Barcelona, Spain. Amanda Kersey reports on their burgeoning movement to organize for more rights.
Travel writer Jessica Nabongo, whose blog post “Countries To Move To If Trump Becomes President” became a hit, is keeping her options open.
We spoke to Liz Castro, author of “Many Grains of Sand: A sourcebook of ideas for changing the world, tried and tested in Catalonia,” about why Catalans want to break away from Spain.