Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital announced today that patient Eric Duncan has died of Ebola. He is the first Ebola victim to die in the U.S. Duncan contracted the disease in Liberia. We'll find out what the Liberian community in Illinois is doing to help combat the spread of the virus in Liberia.
The battle for control of the Syrian border town of Kobani continues. Despite U.S. airstrikes, ISIS has been advancing. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has called for more support for the rebels. We'll take a look at Turkey's role in the conflict with Henri Barkley of Lehigh University.
When Ashraf Ghani was declared the winner of the Afghan presidential elections, contender Abdullah Abdullah refused to accept the result. He said he believed the vote was rigged. After months of tension the two candidates agreed to a power sharing deal. We'll take a look at what happened.
India has faced an uphill battle in fighting corruption. But several months ago it passed legislation to protect whistleblowers. Public interest attorney Prashant Bhusan joins us to discuss whether the new law is having an impact.
A group of Houthi rebels are refusing to leave the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, which they took over last month. Nabeel Khoury, a senior fellow of Middle East and national security at The Chicago Council on Global affairs, explains the situation.
Protesters are continuing to call for a more democratic process to elect Hong Kong's chief executive. Tens of thousands of students and activists have been on the streets for days demanding change. Author Wen Huang joins us to give us an update.
Brazilians head to the polls on Oct. 5 for the first round of presidential elections. Incumbent President Dilma Rousseff and candidate Marina Silva, are in a close race. Marcelo Jarmendia, founder and director of Brazil in Chicago, explains Silva's momentum.