Italian PM Matteo Renzi cut the ribbon at the inauguration of the Scuola Italiana Enrico Fermi, Chicago's first bilingual Italian school.
Since the end of World War II, tens of thousands of children have been adopted into the U.S. from foreign countries. Now, some of those adult adoptees are in a precarious legal position because of a loophole in immigration law. Now, a group of adoptees in Chicago is fighting to change that. Worldview producer Alexandra Salomon reports. (Photo: Associated Press/Gosia Wozniacka)
Legislation has made day care more accessible and is changing the way the country views working women.
The city’s city-to-city diplomatic network spans from Bogota to Moscow. How do cities make the cut?
We'll discuss human rights abuses committed by the Mexican army in the state of Nuevo Leon, Mexico and tell you where to find a festival that combines mariachi music and tequila on Weekend Passport.
Worldview examines the growing demand for diapers in the developing world.
Wednesday on Worldview: Political chaos in Egypt, a guitar legend of the Arab world and Brazil's "most endangered tribe" fights for its survival.
Cairo-based journalist Ashraf Khalil joins us from Tahrir Square to discuss the latest news from Egypt; film contributor Milos Stehlik argues in defense of director Billy Wilder; and Weekend Passport heads deep into the heart of Scotland.
We try and shed some light on the problem of air travel safety in the developing world. Then, Milos Stehlik reviews the new film by Sacha Baron Cohen. And, we share our receommndations for your weekend–from Burma to belly dancing–with Weekend Passport.