Street dogs often suffer abuse. Some people find them a nuisance and a public health risk. We discovered a solution in an animal shelter in Bogotá.
I was raised in Guatemala, where I was expected to grow up fast and told that women are not meant to go to school. But I had other dreams.
It's been 30 years since China's army crushed protests in Tiananmen Square. Can Beijing come to terms with its past without remembering?
I accompanied two U.S. presidents to D-Day commemorations. Then I traced the footsteps of my uncle, a doctor who survived the landing.
Some people think there is a global conspiracy to promote harmful vaccines. But doctors and health experts agree: Vaccines are safe and they save lifes.
Vaccines are safe and save millions of lives every year. Yet some people resist being immunized. Here's how vaccines work and why humankind needs them.
The South China Sea has become one of the world's most dangerous flash points. So far, the dispute has not resulted in military conflict. But it could.
News organizations around the world that engage with youth are invited to apply for two awards that honor solid journalism.
Presence, empathy, research and purpose -- those are the academic pillars at the Hewitt School in New York, News-Decoder's newest partner.
A global prize backed by News-Decoder and two board members has gone to a media group in Paraguay for reporting that aimed to save a huge forest.