An award-winning daily show, “PRI's The World” brings one-of-a-kind international stories home to America. "The World's" coverage is provided by a global network of international journalists, including access to 250 BBC correspondents.
It is a day of remembrance and inspiration, President Obama marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's speech with his own remembrance. Also, the impact of King's speech and the civil rights movement around the world. And, how performer Josephine Baker's words at the 1963 March on Washington changed one young woman's life.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel says the US is ready for any action President Obama may want to take in Syria. Also, the differing views held by men and women in Kenya on birth control. Plus, a conversation with the founder of the world music record label Putumayo.
UN inspectors looks for evidence of a chemical weapons attack in Syria. Also, how government officials in Ethiopia want to limit the number of children families are having. Plus, how China's massive appetite for pork may be fueling the spread of drug-resistant bacteria.
How the Afghan media are covering the case of Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales, who was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole Friday for murdering 16 unarmed Afghans in their villages. Also, why Chinese tennis superstar Li Na doesn't get the best press back in China. Plus, Holy border crossing! The Justice League of America is moving to Canada.
Trying to determine what happened in Syria amid claims of a deadly chemical attack. And learning journalism in Qatar - the country that brought you Al-Jazeera America. Plus, London gets its first whiskey distillery in more than a century.
Army Private Bradley Manning gets 35 years for leaking classified information to the anti-secrecy group Wikileaks. We look at what those leaks have wrought. Also, a look at the best schools in the world. And two Marines go in search of the perfect cup of coffee.