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My time in 'Little Aleppo'

Aug 12, 2013
In "Little Aleppo" there is a spirit of neighborliness between Turks and Syrians.

From (un)Happy, Texas -- where the water ran out

Aug 10, 2012
A reporting day in the Texas Panhandle: Radiator Springs, an abandoned Main Street, cotton 101, and man named J.O.

Marketplace Goes Shopping: A Special Report

Dec 16, 2011
Kai and crew broadcast live from the Citadel Outlets in sunny Commerce, Calif., to find out how shoppers are spending and how retailers are selling during this most-important holiday shopping season.

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Words from the mother of modern Egyptian feminism

Mar 7, 2011
Dr. Nawal Al-Saadawi is 80. She went to Tahrir Square during the most violent period of clashes in late January, and was with the protesters until the resignation of Hosni Mubarak on Feb. 11, 2011.

Dispatch from China: Polluted Lakefront Property

May 21, 2010
A high-end housing development next to one of China's most polluted lakes is just one example of the country's battle between economic progress and the environment
Only one thing is off about this Dianchi Lake brochure. The water is actually pea green.
Marketplace/George Judson

Dispatch from China: Pandas and the Rural Economy

May 18, 2010
Managing editor George Judson is off to Panda country in China's rural city of Chengdu, the capital of the Sichuan Province where poor residents are struggling to keep up with China's roaring economy.
An immature panda at the Chengdu Panda Breeding and Research Center munches on bamboo in the Giant Panda cub enclosure.
Marketplace/George Judson