Antarctica tourism on the rise, posing potential threat

Tourism numbers in Antarctica have grown from 4,000 to more than 30,000 a year in less than two decades, Greenpeace says.


Exporting corruption: Beyond Brazil's Car Wash scandal

How a money laundering investigation in Brazil turned into a far-reaching corruption case that continues to send shock waves across Latin America.

Pyeongchang 2018

Paralympics bringing optimism to South Koreans

Following the Winter Olympics, South Korea welcomes participants from the North with a changed tone.

Malaysia Airlines

MH370: 'It's like it happened yesterday'

Malaysian Airlines plane crashed four years ago in the Indian Ocean. Relatives remember their loved ones as the search for wreckage continues.

Women's Rights

Still getting away with rape in Nepal

When the rest of the world is talking about #MeToo, in the South Asian nation the conversation feels like a non-starter.


A frigid journey into Antarctica

The Weddell Sea in Antarctica is the coldest sea on the planet yet is home to an extraordinary ecosystem.