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Tourists walk past a group of “beach boys” in Malindi, Kenya. Photo by Mia Collis/PBS NewsHour Malindi, Kenya: A vacation destination with something for everyone. Sitting on the crystal coast of east Africa, the resort town offers glass-bottomed...
Members of the Ugandan gay community at the funeral of a murdered activist, David Kato, in 2011. Photo by MARC HOFER/AFP/Getty Images According to a recent United Nations report, it may be possible to control the AIDS epidemic by as early as 2030,...
Elaine Stritch performs “I’m Still Here” from 2010′s “A Broadway Celebration: In Performance at the White House,” a PBS music special that was held in the East Room of the White House. Cabaret legend and Broadway...
Mitch Tyner, attorney for the Chris McDaniel campaign, said there was enough evidence of voting irregularities to support a legal challenge against the McDaniel’s runoff election loss to six-term incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran. Tyner said to...
Former Panamanian dictator and convicted drug-trafficker Manuel Noriega is suing the makers of “Call of Duty” for harming his reputation. Noriega, 80, is seeking damages from the California video game publisher Activision for portraying him as, “a...
Israeli soldiers stand near the southern Israeli border with the Gaza Strip. Israeli air strikes in Gaza killed four children today, medics said, after a humanitarian lull in a 10-day conflict. Photo by Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images Rocket fire and...