Daily: 10/02/2019

Ann Telnaes: The Editorial Cartoonist Who Draws Reactions

How do editorial cartoons fit into the U.S. political realities? What can they change, and who can they inspire or shame? Anna Rice talked with seasoned editorial cartoonist Ann Telnaes who, for more than two decades, has been drawing Washington’s political players and bringing attention to their political blunders.

Bridging Ethnic Divides, Olympic Spirit Back in Sarajevo, East Sarajevo

When Sarajevo hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics, it was a moment of pride for all of what was then Yugoslavia. Thirty-five years later, the post-war capital of what is now Bosnia hopes to rekindle that flame as it hosts the European Youth Olympics Winter Festival next week. VOA’s Mariama Diallo reports.

EV Charging Designed to be Cheaper, Greener and Data Provider

A new kind of electric car charging point has been switched on in London. It’s designed to make electric vehicle, or EV, charging infrastructure cheaper and greener. It also acts as a data port, as VOA’s Mariama Diallo reports.