Friday, June 7th 2013
Britain says it "sincerely regrets" the acts of torture a British colonial government carried out against Kenyans fighting for liberation from colonial rule in the 1950s and 1960s.
From Cat Power to Synthesia.
Susumu Ito, 93, fought for the U.S. in World War II while his family was in a U.S. internment camp. He told us, "If I had to do it all...
Our friend and colleague Michael Goldfarb asks, "When did the verb 'to die' and the nouns derived from it — dead, death, etcetera — get excised from American usage to...
As the U.S. prepares for a military withdrawal in Afghanistan, China is investing in the energy and wireless sectors, and even opening a Chinese Confucius cultural center in Kabul.
In what's thought to be an unprecedented move, a federal judge has now allowed two dying children to jump ahead in the list of people waiting for lung transplants.
NPR's Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman is in Afghanistan, and says the unanswered question is whether Afghan forces will continue to fight and hold their positions after the U.S. withdraws.
The Washington Post and Guardian newspapers have made public more information about the extent of domestic surveillance by the U.S. government.