Gene Robinson's sermon at the New York City Pride Parade
Bishop Robinson describes persevering in the face of hatred.
Are dictatorship and democracy mutually exclusive?
An Indonesian street musician sings for personal change.
Conservationists try turning poachers into preservationists in Africa.
Masha Drokova becomes disillusioned with her political ideals and idol, Vladimir Putin.
See how a world-renowed trapeze artist overcomes disablities to return to the circus.
A filmmaker chronicles her brother's traditional Persian marriage to an American wife in Iran.
See how a gifted mathematician and family man took part in Cambodia's killing fields.
Shopping's a drag for a power lifter.
Raising the bar with strength and grace.
A marine company is debriefed before battle.
For one marine, a parking lot becomes a battleground.
Appreciation for a returning veteran.
A health crisis catalyzes a political movement.
The terrible and rapid effect of AIDS.
Though decimated in numbers, a community grows stronger.
Planting the seeds for precious knowledge.
An ethnic studies program closes the achievement gap.
An arizona education superintendent makes the case against ethnic studies.
A parent seeks the father who abandoned him.
An affadavit offers hope to one Filipino Amerasian.
Some servicemen paid for "wives" but didn't want "families."
The everyday enchantment of circus children.
For a circus family, life is a balancing act.
Remembering the ringmaster who started it all.
Appreciating the animal that symbolizes the American West.
Nearing extinction, the buffalo was hunted for posterity.
Connected by karma, two nomads become soul mates.
Hardship and heartbreak threaten the bonds of one nomadic family.