PBS Newshour Weekend
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In Florida, convicted felons are barred from voting for life, a legacy of the state's 1865 constitution. This November, Floridians will vote on whether to change this. Emotions are running high.
ISIS has taken heavy losses in Libya, losing 2,500 combatants over a six-month US-led offensive. However, surviving outposts create an atmosphere of terror, and fears of a resurgence may be justified.
The removal of the Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon in the early 1800s has long been a source of disharmony between the British and the Greeks. Today, the debate rages ever fiercer.
Despite its reputation as a cosy left-leaning country, Sweden’s liberal immigration policy has divided opinion within its population. Now, the general election has brought simmering resentments to the fore.
At the end of 2017, Iraq declared the military defeat of ISIS. But in a country where ethnic, religious and political tensions run high, the group are exploiting divisions to fuel a resurgence.
Many Puerto Ricans are travelling to mainland America to fill the country's labour shortages, leaving behind an island mired in economic crisis. Workers give their viewpoints from the "Las Vegas of the Midwest".
Is driving under the influence of marijuana dangerous enough to become an offence? After Massachusetts legalised its use in 2016, authorities worry about its effects on a driver's control.
The qualities of Carrara marble have made it one of the most desirable building materials in the world. But as quarrying accelerates to keep up with demand, there is concern that extraction may not be sustainable.