Workers claim discrimination after marching in Day Without Immigrant protest in February
Over past five years, oyster production has doubled on US East Coast, driven by new farming methods, cleaner water and Americans' growing taste for orders on half shell
About three-fourths of workers in region work in 'informal sector,' without contracts or job protections, according to International Labor Organization
Most analysts foresee Fed raising its key rate again at least twice more before year's end, a testament to the durability of US economic recovery
Asia Pacific economies seen contributing greater share of global economy
A mysterious decline in two of the most popular fishing worms is depriving fishermen of their favorite bait and threatening the livelihood of Maine's so-called "wormers." VOA's Faith Lapidus reports.
From Turkey to France, May Day demonstrators take to the streets, clash with police