A professor is the first in the U.S. to be charged with a felony in a worker's death. UC regents reach a settlement in the criminal case.
Lower corn and soy yields could mean dangerously high food prices in Africa and Asia.
The Winnemem Wintu, lacking official recognition from the federal government, are fighting to preserve their traditions and save sacred sites threatened by a Shasta Dam project.
In Niger, farmers race to reclaim the desert and break the link between drought and famine.
Steve Bradshaw, editor of the BBC series "Life on the Edge,” discusses constructing a narrative on monitoring flaws that threaten the existence of the Atlantic bluefin tuna.
With its farmers retiring, Japan grapples with a question that many industrialized nations now face: Who will grow our food in the future?
The documentary’s executive producer discusses his first-look access to WikiLeaks reports revealing discrepancies in public and private accounts of U.S. involvement in Iraq.
Director Mila Turajlić discusses the four years it took to research and film “Cinema Komunisto” and surprises she unearthed in the film archives of Yugoslav President Josip Tito.
Photojournalist Mimi Chakarova tells CIR about her experience filming undercover for “The Price of Sex,” a documentary about young Eastern European women who have been drawn into a netherworld of sex trafficking and abuse.
Patricio Guzmán talks about his latest film, “Nostalgia for the Light.” In Chile’s Atacama Desert, he explores the connections between time and space in the search for truth
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