Category: News

Lula and the future of the Brazilian coup

Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Photo: Ricardo Stuckert on Facebook Lula. After more than two years of a

Searching for Silence

In what might be the quietest place in the continental United States, I hear only the squeak of boots and

The Forever Choice

Joe pulled at the starched collar of his white shirt as he stepped up on the porch and then straightened

Amazonian Psychedelic Ayahuasca May Ease Severe Depression, New Study Shows

“Leon” is a young Brazilian man who has long struggled with depression. He keeps an anonymous blog in Portuguese, where he

Left populism over the years

Protesters at an "anti-Macron" demonstration organized by La France Insoumise in Marseille, April, 2018. Chagnard Guillaume/Press Association. All rights reserved.

Post Travels: Spring Training Home Runs Reach Beyond the Stadiums in Arizona

It’s about that time again. Time for the boys of summer to get back to work. Half of all Major

One-on-One with Author Mitch Albom

In Have a Little Faith, the bestselling author chronicles one man’s journey, but everyone’s story. In his first book of

Greece & Macedonia: negotiating history doesn’t make it true

Zoran Zaev, Theresa May and Alexis Tsipras on second day of Western Balkans summit at Lancaster House, London, July 10,

If You Go: Holland

Discover the Holland that inspired some of Vincent van Gogh’s most famous paintings as author Raphael Kadushin travels into the

Europe faces a "welcoming crisis" when it comes to migrants and refugees. It's not fair.

November 22,2018, Malaga. The Spaniard Maritime vessel rescued 202 migrants in the Mediterranean sea, here attended by the Red cross