Experts call ISIS the best-funded non-state terrorist organization the U.S. has ever confronted. We explore how ISIS fills its coffers and how the international community is trying to shut off the funding pipeline.
The decennial Census starts this month in rural Alaska, and its final tally will eventually determine how billions in federal aid is distributed. But conducting an accurate head count — particularly among immigrants — will be more challenging than ever. Kojo looks at the Census, and how the influx in Latino immigrants impacts the numbers and society.
- Arnold Jackson Associate Director for the Decennial Census, US Department of Commerce
- Audrey Singer Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program, Brookings Institution
- N.C. Aizenman Reporter, The Washington Post
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