Civil War

April 20, 2011 - 8:42pm
A Sudanese refugee living in Syracuse escaped the violence in his home country, but remains haunted by the horrors he witnessed.

To live in Sudan is to live at war.

Guerilla soldiers draw their battle lines through towns, homes and human lives; lines that tear the country apart.

Fifty years of civil war have split the country in two. In half a century, the war has taken two million lives and left more than four million others homeless.

On Jan. 9, 2011, the Sudanese had the chance to break that cycle of violence.

March 10, 2010 - 12:51am
National Public Radio's Scott Simon discusses his career as a journalist and the evolving state of the media industry.

Scott Simon knows the state of journalism has evolved from when he started in the 1970s. 

As a young reporter, he covered the Civil War in El Salvador. He drove to where shots were fired, and reported breaking news on the massacre. His job was to tally wartime deaths, and he was told the most accurate method was to count the slaughtered heads.

April 20, 2009 - 12:12pm
Paranormal investigators explore CNY military barracks in search of more than just bumps in the night.

Walking through supposedly haunted buildings, sitting in silence in a pitch black room in the middle of the night, provoking spirits for the small chance that something completely inexplicable happens; it is just another weekend like any other for paranormal investigators Scott Clark, James Pendell, and Lisa Heider.

Why do they do this? There are a number of reasons.