When historical abuses are not addressed and resolved, they take new forms.
The remains of a former journalist who enlisted during World War II and disappeared during an amphibious assault on the Pacific island of Saipan are making their way to the U.S.
In this week's episode, Japanese-American public defender Jeff Adachi tells how his family's past affects his present and reveals why he withdrew his support of California's new bail law.
The legendary poet was in the city shortly after its destruction. This week, on the 73rd anniversary of the second atomic bombing, a top U.N. official and the city's mayor called for nuclear disarmament.
Amid reports that his administration is tearing apart migrant families, the president is more popular with his party than ever.
The celebratory uncovering of the 14-foot bronze figure sparks criticism by some who blame Marx for crimes committed by social revolutionaries in Russia, China and elsewhere in the name of communism.
As a onetime insider and longtime student of nuclear strategy, Daniel Ellsberg provides a helpful overview coupled with historical details in his latest book on nuclear war.