'Hacktivists' Keep Refugees Online in Dead Zone Germany
Groups like Freifunk are installing semi-legal mesh networks in Berlin, where there's little public Wi-fi and none in refugee shelters.
A Female Syrian Entrepreneur Builds in Exile
Most Syrian refugees in Jordan are unable to work legally, for now.
Rice That Fights Climate Change
Scientists are working on a strain of hyperefficient rice that reduces the effects of climate change and could help solve world hunger.
Mexican Journalists Under Fire
Journalists in Mexico have long faced violence and intimidation from cartels and corrupt authorities.
In Paris, a New Lost Generation After the ISIS Attacks
For Parisian youth, the attacks on Friday have led to an escalated sense of fear and unease.
In Paris Suburbs, 'If You Want Trouble, You Can Find It'
"Every time something like this happens, we are called on to justify it. Why?... It is my children that will pay."
Chartres, Home of Suspected Paris Attack Suicide Bomber, 'Totally Shocked'
Residents of the French town can't believe Omar Ismal Mostefa lived among them.
After Paris Attacks, Refugees Fear Further Backlash
Concerns stem from the news Saturday that one of the attackers may have carried a Syrian passport.
Fear and Mourning in Paris's Muslim Suburbs
A day after the attacks in Paris, many in the city's banlieue worry that Islam will again become a scapegoat.
Survivors of Paris Attacks Recount Tales of Horror
Parisians who were close to the attacks are coming to terms with the horror they have experienced
France Declares State of Emergency After Attacks in Paris Kill More Than 100
France tightened its border controls in response to deadly attacks at a concert venue, stadium and restaurant.
The Global Fight for Tanzania's Elephants
After dire warnings, Tanzania is taking baby steps toward saving its elephants from poachers.
Falling in Love When You're Trans: It's Complicated
There is little out there concerning what it's like to date as a transgender person.
Behind Brazil's Gay Pride Parades, a Struggle With Homophobic Violence
Almost every day, a lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans Brazilian is killed.
Fighting With Guerrilla Theater After the Death of Eric Garner
Douglas Turner Ward's Negro Ensemble Company mentored Denzel Washington and Samuel L. Jackson, and helped create black activist theater
Prison Officers Need Help, but They Won't Ask for It
In a constant state of fight or flight, corrections officers suffer high rates of mental health problems
A Latino Coming Out Story
Changing demographics, religion and media are making life a little easier for LGBT Latinos in America