Iraqis went to the polls 6 weeks ago, expecting to choose a new government, but it hasn't actually worked out that way. Ahmed Fadaam noticed that people on the street were doing something curious with the campaign posters.
In late April, more than 1,100 garment workers were killed when the eight-story Rana Plaza building collapsed. Labor activist Kalpona Akter has come from Bangladesh to attend the June 7 Walmart shareholders meeting in Arkansas, where she'll try to convince shareholders that Walmart must protect the safety of factory workers.
Bob Stewart, whose arcade on the Jersey Shore was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy last fall, had just re-opened his business when a massive fire tore through the board walk, burning everything he had rebuilt.
The first episode of The Story was produced in Feb 2006 never aired widely. Our founding Senior Producer Greg Kelly sent us an e-mail recently to reflect on that show. "Dick and I had been puzzling for weeks on the show's DNA. I was the Senior Producer and was...
A new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation says the number of children living in poverty in America has hit a new high water mark. Nearly one in five kids now live in poverty. That’s a million more than before the start of the great recession. Five years ago, Diane Nilan sold her home and hit the road in a R.V. armed with a video camera to capture the lives of homeless children. Also in the show, the soul of water.