Rebecca Hersher explores Haiti's trash and sewage problem by visiting what might be the most beautiful dump in the world.
Rebecca Hersher travels to Haiti's only public sewage treatment facility.
Visiting a German church filled with Iranian and Afghan asylum seekers, all supposed converts to Christianity.
Although many new and innovative products are now available to treat Type 1 diabetics, the majority of Costa Rican families cannot afford them.
Central Americans call attention to the search for their disappeared and press local authorities for information. Meanwhile, forensic anthropologists exhume the unidentified in Texas.
Amy Yee looks at Molly Melching, the founder of Tostan, a nonprofit based in Senegal.
It's no secret that ISIS uses slick video to attract and inspire a young generation of terrorists, but a comedy troupe in India hopes to change that by lampooning the group in viral videos.
Amy Russo goes inside a Swedish housing center for youth asylum seekers.
While covering transportation issues in Tijuana, journalist Patrick Reilly crosses the U.S./Mexico border three times—it's not so easy for Tijuanenses.
Doug Bock Clark explores the idea of home for those in a Rohingya refugee camp.
Jane Ferguson recounts her time on a small UNHCR plane and the dangers South Sudanese face in order to receive aid.
James Whitlow Delano explores what life is like for Mexicans living next to the U.S. border.