The Ukrainian prime minister's resignation on Thursday has created more uncertainty for the Ukrainian government as it tries to battle a separatist movement in the east. We'll discuss the latest news from Ukraine with freelance journalist Eugene Bondarenko.
A U.S. judge says Argentina must repay hedge funds that own bonds the country had defaulted on in 2001. Argentina has asked for a stay in the ruling. Stephen Nelson, a professor of political science at Northwestern University who specializes in the politics of debt, explains the case.
Twenty years ago today marks the beginning of one of the worst genocides of the 20th century. Estimates put the dead from the 100-day slaughter at close to one million people. We deconstruct what happened with former General Romeo Dallaire, head of U.N.
The won't recognize an upcoming Crimean referendum to join Russia. We'll get an update from Jeffrey Mankoff from the Center for Strategic and International Studies. And a new report by the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack says there were hundreds of violent attacks on teachers, students and school buildings in the last five years alone. Diya Nijhowne, the group’s director, will detail some of the attacks.
We take a look at a local synagogue's connection to upheaval in Ukraine and how it is affecting the country's Jewish population. Plus, surprising facts about who colon cancer is affecting. And, a performance from Chicago's Eighth Blackbird.
President Viktor Yanukovych returned to work in Ukraine on Monday after taking a four-day sick leave. Despite his absence, protesters continued to demand his resignation. We'll get an update from Kiev.