As the partial U.S. government shutdown continues and hundreds of thousands of workers are now furloughed or working without pay, the impact is reaching people across the nation. VOA’s Mariama Diallo reports.VOA NEWS
Bosnian authorities have indefinitely postponed the scheduled closure of a makeshift migrant tent camp in the northwest of the country
Art Historians are finding an easier way to study art using digital mapping. Experts say the mapping is a more efficient and immersive way to interpret art than traditional research methods
Millions have come to New York in search of a better life and the city has been carefully saving little titbits of information about many of them. The New York City Department of Records and Information Services has it all from videos and pictures, passport scans and city building photographs to mayoral mail exchanges and death certificates of famous individuals
Historically Black Colleges and Universities, or HBCUs, are facing declining enrollments as are many other American universities. But North Carolina A&T, the country’s largest HBCU, has boasted of growth as it continues to welcome international students to its campus
Ride share companies such as Uber and Lyft have changed transportation in hundreds of cities around the world, allowing people with vehicles to earn money as drivers and giving commuters an alternate means of travel. But are the ride share drivers fairly compensated?