Experts Warn: Climate Change Triggers Poverty and Migration in Rural Central America
In the mountains of rural Central America, the rainy season has become shorter and more unpredictable. Farmers cannot produce like they used to a decade ago. The situation is causing poverty and migration. Alasdair Baverstock reports.
A Community in Arizona Struggles to Access Clean Water
In the United States, nearly 165 million people rely on groundwater for drinking. But today, some of those sources are drying up. Alternative options to obtain water can be expensive or unaffordable. Mike Kirsch visited a community in Arizona where an entire neighborhood is living without water.
Surviving Inflation: How Venezuelans Cope in a Dollarized Economy
For a country with a troubled relationship with the United States, you might be surprised to learn that Venezuela uses the U.S. dollar for more than 70 percent of all retail transactions. Dollarization helped stabilize Venezuela’s economy. But as Stephen Gibbs tells us from Caracas, not everyone is benefiting.
Was an authentic drawing by Frida Kahlo burnt?
Is burning priceless artwork a good idea if it can make you money? Harris Whitbeck reports on a controversy in Mexico’s art world. It involves a businessman interested in cryptocurrency and a drawing by legendary artist Frida Kahlo.