David Greene talks to Danya Greenfield, deputy director of the Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East, about al-Qaida's presence in Yemen and the nature of U.S. counterterrorism operations there.
Colleen Kelly Starkloff was working at a nursing home when she met her future husband. He was quadriplegic. His disability was only one of the obstacles they overcame to having a family.
Jason Comely's fear of rejection was so strong that he'd become completely isolated. So he set out to get himself rejected at least once a day, every day. Funny thing is, it worked.
A Canadian man needed to go on a trip with a woman named Elizabeth Gallagher so he could use his ex-girlfriend's ticket. The two say they are just friends.
A startup in Australia is in the revenge business. For $10, it will send a person who offended you an envelope full of glitter, along with a note explaining what the person did to deserve it.
A section of Paris, which is known for its picturesque parks and artistic community, was also home to the gunmen in last week's terror attack. Renee Montagne talks to Miriam Benraad, a French scholar on foreign fighters, about how that neighborhood has become a breeding group for some of Europe's most militant jihadists.
The gunmen for the "Charlie Hebdo" attack in Paris say al-Qaida guided their mission. The gunman who attacked a kosher supermarket the next day claimed loyalty to the Islamic State. Renee Montagne talks to Fawaz Gerges, chair of Contemporary Middle Eastern Studies at the London School of Economics and author of "The New Middle East," about why the two groups are at odds with each other.
Comic book creator Suleiman Bakhit found that many kids didn't have figures to look up to. So he created superheroes who combat religious extremism and they've been a big hit.
Because Tibet is a sensitive topic, you'd expect the Chinese government to ban Nowhere to Call Home. But the documentary about a widow and her son is quietly making the rounds — and winning fans.
Jewish and Muslim communities have lived together for decades in Sarcelles, about 10 miles from Paris. But locals say last week's attacks in Paris have heightened awareness of religious differences.
A bestselling comic book creator in Jordan has been asked to help qualm extremism. Now that Jordan has joined the coalition against the self-styled Islamic State, or ISIS, extremism may rise further.
A new concert hall known as the Philharmonie de Paris opened in the 19th arrondissement on Wednesday. French President Francois Hollande attended the opening night concert.
Nowhere to Call Home which follows the struggles of a Tibetan migrant in Beijing, has been quietly making the rounds in China. It has not been banned by the Communist Party.
For decades, the union has had federal oversight because of charges of corruption and racketeering and ties to organized crime. In a court agreement, the stage was set to lift that oversight.
The latest person to seriously consider throwing his hat in the ring is Mitt Romney, who had said he would not run again. What does his apparent change of heart mean for the GOP nominating battle?
The 87th annual Academy Award nominations are announced Thursday morning in Beverly Hills. Actors like Patricia Arquette, Michael Keaton and Benedict Cumberbatch are expected to be among them.
There are a number of districts in Paris where both Jews and Muslems live. We visit the Paris suburb of Sarcelles.
Ten people died when a prison bus collided with a train near Odessa, Texas, on Wednesday. Officials say five people have severe injuries. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating.
After 19 days of climbing up a 3,000-foot rock face, gripping at granite sometimes no thicker than a dime, Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson reached the top of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park.
Rules passed by the GOP House majority prevent money from being transferred from the retirement fund to the disability fund. Critics say it's an attempt to make cuts to both Social Security programs.