Sudanese who are in the United States are following the situation in Sudan very closely. Among that group are many so-called Lost Boys, who fled Sudan's civil war as children. The World's Alex Gallafent spoke to some of them in New York.
Hindus, Muslims and Christians all live together in the southern Indian town of Mangalore. Their young people are told not to mix with one another. If they do, they face gangs of religious thugs. The BBC's Tinku Ray has the story.
In the wake of yesterday's incident involving a Qatari diplomat who caused a security scare on board a flight to Denver, anchor Marco Werman talks with airline pilot Patrick Smith about in-flight safety in the U.S.
The city of Nanjing, China, is the answer to our geo quiz today. Right now 22 people are on trial there for swapping sex partners. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Stan Abrams, a lawyer and author of the blog China Hearsay.
US President Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart, Dmitry Medvedev, have signed a landmark nuclear arms treaty in the Czech capital, Prague. Anchor Marco Werman gets the details from the BBC's James Robbins.
The US National Fugitive Operations Program was intended to root out dangerous outlaws among the nation's illegal immigrants. But critics say authorities have lowered the bar for what constitutes 'dangerous', to meet arrest targets. Lily Jamali reports.
Soldiers in US Army helicopters shot and killed two employees of the Reuters news agency in 2007. Now a leaked video of the incident is causing renewed interest in the case. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from Matthew Baum.
Since the earthquake in Haiti, a record number of Haitians who are NOT refugees of the earthquake have been caught attempting to cross the border from Canada into the US. Anchor Marco Werman finds out what's behind the increase from David Watts.
A US-Burmese democracy activist was arrested last fall when he tried to enter Myanmar. He spent five months in prison before being released two weeks ago. Kyaw Zaw Lwin is now back at his home in Washington. Reporter Bruce Wallace pays him a visit.