Dozens of prisoners in a Venezuelan penitentiary center recently died after overdosing on stolen drugs, according to the government. But Jeremy McDermott of InSight Crime says there is reason to be skeptical of the official story. He tells us why.
Street sit-ins for democracy continue in Hong Kong. Clashes between police and protesters are becoming increasingly violent. Author Wen Huang tells us how the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong is evolving.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India is a Hindu nationalist. Since he came to power last May there have been signs of rising tensions between India's Hindu and Muslim communities. The BBC's Sunita Thakur takes a look at what it means to be a Hindu in India today.
Sami Awad has made Bethlehem his home and peace between Israelis and Palestinians his life's work. We'll find out what keeps him motivated and what he thinks it will take to establish a comprehensive peace plan.
Although some in Liberia are now referring to Ebola in the past-tense, the epidemic looks likely to continue past its ninth month. Laurie Garrett just returned from Sierra Leone and Liberia. She'll give us an update on what the epidemic looks like now.