13 films Found
For decades America's evangelical Christians have been vigorously promoting their faith, enjoying a place in the mainstream of politics and society. But now the country's atheists are fighting back.
As the Occupy protests spread around the globe and gain momentum their potential still remains unclear. We get to the heart of the movement and ask whether this time financiers can ignore such a huge outcry.
In Compton, one of Los Angeles' roughest neighbourhoods, a game of cricket is the last thing you would expect to see. Yet some young gang members are hanging up their guns and playing by the rules.
Energy resources may be running out, but activists are determined to resist the extraction of natural gas through 'fracking'. We explore why fracking has exploded onto the scene and is so contentious.
The US elections may still be a year away, but the fight for the White House has already begun. Barack Obama's popularity is waning, but the ultra-conservative Tea Party remains firmly on the rise.
The volatility of the world stock markets is fueling more uncertainty about the prospect of another global recession. With politicians squabbling over how to reduce debt, the mood in the US is decidedly edgy.
When you think of South Central LA images of gangs, the hood, drive-bys and hip hop spring to mind. Now America's most exciting contemporary artist is challenging those stereotypes through his work.
Jackie Millar took years to recover after two teenagers shot her in the head. Now, a pioneering program in the state of Wisconsin is helping to bring victims and offenders together to help both sides get on with their lives.