Now that Steve Bannon is out of White House, don't assume his influence or the impact of his worldview will wane.
Christmas feels unavoidable in the United States, but not all Americans celebrate the holiday. Many non-Christian immigrants develop their own take on the day, while others simply avoid it altogether.
Violence between Muslims and Buddhists has become a regular feature of life in Myanmar this year. But who exactly is to blame for the riots?
Whatever else you do while you're in Myanmar, be sure to save time for wandering around downtown Yangon. You might see a nat house, a shrine that's home to diverse universe of spirits worshiped in Myanmar.
Despite its ongoing transition from authoritarian rule to democracy, Myanmar is still facing serious tensions among its various ethnic groups. Anchor Marco Werman discusses those tensions with The World's Aaron Schachter.
The former military regime in Myanmar established a leadership group for monks called the Sangha Council. It's supposed to set policy for tens of thousands of monks. But as Bruce Wallace reports, it's largely ineffectual and increasingly irrelevant.
A YouTube video showing Thai Buddhist monks flying in a private jet, wearing stylish aviator sunglasses, and carrying luxury brand travel bags has attracted criticism from Buddhists across Thailand.
About a half million people in Myanmar, also known as Burma, devote their lives to Buddhist practice and live in monasteries. Bruce Wallace has the story of two monks who are about to "graduate" and are trying to figure out what's next for them.
There is deep concern over a sharp spike in communal violence between Buddhists and Muslims in Burma. It started a few months ago in western Myanmar, also known as Burma, but has spread to the central part of the country.
Dozens of people have been killed in riots in central Myanmar over the last week. The targets appear to be the nation's small Muslim population.
The Iron Man statue was taken from Tibet by the Nazis in the 1930s and brought to Germany. Elmar Buchmer, a geologist at the University of Stuttgart, says he believes it's the only human figure ever to have been found that is carved out of a meteorite.