The Zika virus affects North America and South America in drastically different ways.
Does Barcroft TV feature a video of a woman who treats men like kids or works as an armpit model?
Jon devises a plan to combat climate change involving One Direction's Harry Styles.
An embroidery shop refuses to serve gays, and Fox News's Dana Perino embarrasses a colleague.
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Author and soccer player Pele recounts the creative materials he used to play soccer as a child.
Pele shares how seeing his father cry influenced his legendary soccer career.
Edward Snowden's reign of information continues as he seeks political asylum in Brazil.
Larry Rohter explains that Brazilians want health care and education more than a World Cup stadium.
Esteban Colberto speculates on why Brazilians are rioting.
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India bans Diwali festival fireworks, and Sonia Sotomayor suggests female careers on Sesame Street.
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Trita Parsi explains the advantages of American diplomacy over military action in Iran.
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Trita Parsi discusses U.S.-Iranian diplomacy during the Bush and the Obama administrations.
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