Monday, Mar 24 12 p.m. (ET)

Visas for High-Skilled Immigrants

Federal immigration offices are bracing for a flood of paperwork next week, as the world's biggest technology companies file to secure special visas for highly skilled foreign workers. And they better get their applications in on time --...

Monday, Mar 24 12:44 p.m. (ET)

Next Step: Green Cards?

Many highly-skilled immigrants first enter the U.S. under a special visa status that ties them to working for a certain company. But once here, many of those immigrants want to convert their visas to green cards. We hear from a...

Monday, Mar 24 1 p.m. (ET)

Defining “Justice” in Uganda

Since 1986, violence in Uganda has displaced more than two million people and claimed the lives of thousands. The International Criminal Court wants to try the rebel leader responsible for much of the violence. But some Ugandans and at...

Monday, Mar 24 1:32 p.m. (ET)

Author Mary Doria Russell

It can be hard to know what to expect next from Pulitzer-prize nominated novelist Mary Doria Russell. Her books blend religion with anthropology, biology with science-fiction, and often embraces controversial moments in history. Her...

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