Since 2001, attacks worldwide have increased fivefold. From the Sahara Desert to cyberspace, Islamist militants continue to find innovative new ways to extend their reach.
The homeownership gap between white and black families is as wide as it was in the 1960s, and the remaining barriers to integration include restrictive zoning and newly tightfisted banks.
How Jesuit Refugee Service is helping struggling farmers in the Catatumbo region stop producing coca and get back on their feet
In the rural community of Las Palmas, a group of former coca farmers are replacing coca production with legitimate crops in the hope of promoting peace.
The price of that hamburger could help an African family start a business. And the money to do this could be given to them as a loan, not as a charitable gift.
The "Laudato Si" Observatory will attempt to measure how countries are living up to the famous Papal encyclical on the environment.