A majority of the two million Catalan's who went to the polls on Sunday voted in favor of independence from Spain. We'll talk about the results with Alan Clendenning, Madrid Bureau Chief for the Associated Press.
We'll examine what's behind the rise in income inquality in the United States and see how we stack up with against other wealthy nations. Plus we'll find out why one Spanish region wants a referendum on independence.
Men classically dominate the global sports scene. Their female counterparts go unnoticed, especially in developing nations. Elizabeth Stanton, a journalist and documentary filmmaker, traveled to Ecuador on assignment. She noticed a void in coverage of female sports.
Each Friday on our Weekend Passport segment, Jerome and global citizen Nari Safavi, one of the founders of Pasfarda Arts and Cultural Exchange, help you find a way to experience another country without having to buy a plane ticket.This weekend, renowned Spanish director Ventura Pons is in town for t
One of the country’s oldest outdoor murals covers a storefront on Chicago’s Northwest Side. People who care about the 40-year-old painting are finishing a facelift. The mural restoration is doing more than brightening up a gritty stretch of North Avenue.
American credit ratings agencies recently downgraded Greece, Portugal and Ireland’s debt to junk status, making it harder for the EU to avoid an economic meltdown. In Europe, there’s growing discontent over these agencies’ unchecked power.