The U.S. invasion and occupation of Afghanistan has had surprising effects on Afghan-American communities, especially in enclaves like Fremont, California.
The way officials measure a person's vulnerability could undercut the long-term success of refugees.
From medieval villages in Transylvania to war-torn countries in South America and North Africa, evidence of human endurance and strength is everywhere—even in the midst of devastation.
Centuries of hardship from volcanic eruptions transformed ancient communities in the Ecuadorian Andes region into a complex, artistic, and warlike civilization.
The prepping movement has a bad image spurred by right-wing extremists. But preppers are a largely misunderstood bunch.
Americans look back with shame at Japanese-American internment during WWII. In this short documentary, two young Muslim-Americans reflect on how we are repeating past mistakes.