Inside a Remarkable Local Effort to Stop Elephant Poaching in Zambia
Poachers have killed more than 90 percent of Zambia's elephants since the 1950s. In response, villagers banded together to protect those in North Luangwa National Park last year.
Inside Zambia's Effort to Bring One of Its Most Iconic Archeological Discoveries Back Home
In a rare move, Britain is considering returning the remains of the Rhodesian Man, the earliest human fossil found in Africa, to its home country.
Why Is Zambia So Poor? And Will Things Ever Get Better?
This landlocked country in Sub-Saharan Africa isn't a failed state in the traditional sense: There's no dictator, no child soldiers. But most of its 14 million people live on less than $1 per day. How did things get this way, and can they ever get better?