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With youth unemployment at disturbingly high levels around the world, a team of 21 young journalists fans out across 11 countries to find out what's going on.
Narendra Modi and his BJP supporters will lead the world's largest democracy, worrying critics of his belief system and his tactics.
Five weeks of voting brought record-setting turnout, with Modi poised to win a mandate from voters.
Panelists at USC-Annenberg called out US policymakers for failing to respect political Islamist groups that do not adhere to American liberal ideals.
A progressive, anti-superstition group meets just down the street from a branch of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a paramilitary Hindu nationalist organization proving influential in the current election.
A saffron party and its charismatic frontman have seized a moment of frustration in India and appear poised to take control of the country.
Pope Francis may be well-liked but the Catholic Church's problems run deep. FRONTLINE explores them in a 90-minute documentary airing Tuesday night.
President Obama addressed rising inequality and promised to help "build new ladders of opportunity." Can he — or Congress — deliver?
America's drone operations abroad have been criticized for many reasons. Among them: there is no clear path to justice for innocent victims and their families.
Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade has flown home after weeks of escalating friction between the US and India about the handling of her case.
Honolulu, Hawaii is emerging as a hub for a race to extract billions of dollars worth of minerals from the ocean floor.
An international chorus of opposition to Russia's homosexual 'propaganda' law is making noise as the International Olympic Committee asks athletes to keep quiet.
Income inequality has become a hot global topic, but it's still getting worse.
The military's reassertion of power over the Muslim Brotherhood has polarized Egypt. GlobalPost's Charles Sennott returns to Cairo during a particularly turbulent time.
On World Refugee Day, anti-Muslim prejudice is part of a 'new nationalism' in Myanmar that goes by the numerals 9-6-9.
At the Hlaing Thar Yar Industrial Zone, a growing number of illegal residents live on the fringe of a manufacturing boom.
Press freedom is a recent development in Burma. This month journalism fellows from Burma and the US are exploring new possibilities for reporting here.
Sheikh Youssef al-Qaradawi framed Syria's civil war as a massacre of Sunni Muslims perpetrated by the Shia government and its allies.
Father Alejandro Solalinde and a resourceful team of organizers expand their international network while speaking up for human dignity.
As Congress moves ahead with comprehensive immigration reform legislation, US criminal policy may have already disqualified thousands of nonviolent deportees.