Inequities In Care, Misinformation Fuel Covid Deaths Among Poor, Indigenous Brazilians

All across Brazil, slums — known as Favelas — have long been places ofcrime and poverty, marked by overcrowding and unsanitary conditions. Theyare among the hardest hit by the...

On The Ground With Yemeni Soldiers Battling Iran-Allied Rebels

Three months ago, President Biden ended American military involvement inthe war in Yemen and reversed President Trump's decision to designate theHouthis a terrorist organization....

Pastor Reveals The Reasons Behind Covid Vaccine Hesitancy In The Evangelical Community

As of Thursday, more than 64 million Americans are fully vaccinated againstthe coronavirus, and many others are eagerly waiting for their shots. Butamong white evangelical...

American Renters Hard-Hit By Pandemic Juggle Complicated Assistance Systems, Eviction Laws

With 9.5 million Americans, or 17 percent of tenants, in the U.S. stillbehind on their rent according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Bidenadministration on Monday extended a...

Why You Should Be Proud Of Your Ethnic Name

Filmed before the Georgia shootings, writer Te-Ping Chen shares with us her"Humble Opinion" that people with ethic names must embrace them instead ofshying away. Chen, who says...

Outgoing Washington Post Editor Marty Baron Reflects On The State Of American Journalism

This week marks a turning point at one of the nation's premier newspapers.Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron is stepping down on Sundayafter eight years at the Post and...

Despite Being First In Line, Many Health Care Workers Are Delaying Vaccinations

COVID-19 vaccines were developed with record-breaking speed, and by latelast year they were rolled out to frontline health care workers across thecountry. But despite being first...

Britain Cautiously Plans To Ease Rigid Lockdown Restrictions

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a cautious timetableending the country's COVID lockdown, one of the strictest in the world withalmost all foreign travel...

In Afghanistan, Biden Inherits America's Longest War And Trump's Peace Deal

Last year, the Trump administration signed a deal with the Taliban thatwould have U.S. and NATO troops out of Afghanistan by May 1. But with theU.S. presence in the country about...

Two Students' Brief But Spectacular Takes On Race And Being Underestimated

Shortly before the pandemic, NewsHour traveled to Georgia and spoke withtwo high school seniors, Audrey McNeal and Shaylon Walker. Now in theirfirst year of college, here's their...

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