Preparing for a century of steadily higher tides is a central challenge for city officials from Boston to Bangkok. The U.S. city of Miami, Florida, and its neighbors are home to nearly 3 million people and billions of dollars of real estate development. VOA's Steve Baragona has a look at what rising seas mean for one of the most vulnerable cities in the United States.
The annual “pardoning” of White House turkeys each year by American presidents is an interesting tradition leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday. It is said that President Abraham Lincoln’s clemency for a turkey was the origin for the pardoning ceremony that is now so well publicized. VOA’s Nikoleta Ilic has this report about the turkeys that are given to American Presidents.
FBI says it doesn't target specific groups, and report is one of many its intelligence analysts produce to make law enforcement aware of what they see as emerging trends; similar bulletin on white supremacists, for example, came out about same time