Author Stephen Walker discusses his biography on Yuri Gagarin with The World's host Marco Werman.
Europe and the US say wood pellets are a carbon neutral alternative to coal. Many experts say otherwise.
The president of Mexico told people deported from the US, “You’re not alone.” But Omar Blas Olvera felt alone trying to restart his life and put his family back together in Mexico.
Canada has tariffs and quotas on imported cheese, which results in higher prices and limited availability. So some Canadians resort to cheese smuggling.
In the mid-20th century, National Brotherhood Week was a huge public relations campaign in the US aimed at promoting tolerance and brotherhood as American virtues. Most people don't remember it anymore.
The Dattas came from India to teach American children in a Mississippi school. But because of their visas, they worry their own child won’t be able to study in the US.
David Lindes and Antonio Ramirez crossed the US border to Mexico, not knowing whether they would both be allowed to come back home.
In the 1920s, the US demanded that Italy help them vet immigrants. They created barriers for immigrants considered to be a threat — physically, culturally or politically.
Soviet officer Stanislav Petrov committed an act of bravery in 1983 that probably prevented a nuclear conflict. Yet he was largely unheralded in Russia.
French artist JR announced this new installation in Tecate, California, the day the Trump administration announced the end of the DACA program, which protects some undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children from deportation.
Salih Abdullah was tired of racism and Islamophobia. So like many other African American Muslims, he gave the kingdom a chance.