The Eskimos of Alaska and Russia share common heritage, customs and family ties—and thanks to new U.S./Russia initiatives are beginning to venture across the narrow Bering Strait.
Ondelee Perteet was shot in the face during a gang altercation in Chicago, but he and his mother never gave up.
Photographer Carlos Javier Ortiz is interviewed on the Leica Camera Blog.
Marvin Kalb discusses the impact of Defense Department budget cuts with defense experts, in a forum at the Brookings Institution.
Sales of firearms heat up as fears of a Washington crackdown loom.
In his book, senior adviser Marvin Kalb examines U.S. presidents' choices in declaring war. An interview with the author on NPR.
For the Inuit, hunting is both an economic necessity and a pleasure. US and Canadian environment protection associations, which might have been natural allies, are now their enemies.
Marvin Kalb discusses his newest book "The Road to War: Presidential Commitments Honored and Betrayed" with Ray Suarez on PBS Newshour.
An eerie silence has fallen over President Obama’s confusing policy toward the civil war in Syria.
The last time there was a congressional declaration of war from the United States was after Pearl Harbor. Why is the president now the only one declaring war?
There has been much talk of parallels between two celebrated "whistleblowers," Edward Snowden and Daniel Ellsberg. What may be more striking are the differences, both in circumstance and actions.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's new anti-gang strategy seems to be working, but it comes with a high price.