In Real Life: Stranded At The Border
Newsy explores what life is like just across the border in Mexico, where people are living in dangerously poor conditions while seeking asylum.
Just over the border in Mexico, tens of thousands of people live in dangerously poor conditions without running water or electricity, as they wait for a chance to enter the U.S. and seek asylum. Newsy’s "In Real Life" shows what life is like in these camps and hears a range of perspectives on how to fix a broken immigration system.
In Real Life: Post-Roe limbo
Some patients seeking abortion services are traveling hundreds of miles to seek care.By Newsy
In Real Life: Attacked behind the wheel
Women truck drivers say the companies they work for could do more to protect women from assault and harassment while on the road.By Newsy
In Real Life: Plastic Time Bomb
A global exploration of microplastics' impact on our planet and on our health — and what scientists are doing to help fix the problem.By Newsy
Israel's new government sparks concern for the future of its democracy
Far-right changes to Israel's government has some experts and citizens concerned for the future rule of law in the country.By Reuters / AP
WHO says COVID remains an emergency but is in transition
The World Health Organization said there is still uncertainty in COVID-19's future, but the virus is at a "transition point."By Shutterstock
First Native American woman in space talks to reservation's students
Students on the Flathead Indian Reservation asked Nicole Mann questions as she was aboard the International Space Station.By NASA