Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow on a lawsuit brought by Josef Stalin's grandson against a newspaper. The libel suit focuses on an article that described Stalin's actions leading to the deaths of millions of Soviet citizens.
For eight years, McDonald's has been fighting a restaurant in Malaysia called ï¿½ McCurry. The American fast food giant tried to copyright the ï¿½mcï¿½ prefix. But Malaysia's Federal Court said: NOT so fast.
Three men were convicted on Monday in a British court of plotting to blow up at least seven planes travelling from London to the US and Canada. Prosecutors exposed links between the plotters and a mastermind in Pakistan. Laura Lynch reports.
Families of victims of IRA bombings in Northern Ireland are seeking compensation from Libya, which supplied the IRA with bomb making materials. Anchor Marco Werman speaks to the daughter of a man killed by an IRA bomb in 1990.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the island of Morea in French Polynesia. Anchor Marco Werman gets details from travel writer and expeditioner Jon Bowermaster about the island's reputation among surfers.
Afghan election returns released on Tuesday pointed to a first-round victory for incumbent president Hamid Karzai. But the results were immediately questioned as a U.N.-backed watchdog agency said it had found ï¿½clear and convincing evidence of fraudï¿½.
Three British men were found guilty today of conspiring to commit mass murder by blowing up airplanes. Their arrest in 2006 led to the restrictions on liquids. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Rob Watson in London, where the trial took place.
There was more unrest in the city of Urumqi in western China over the weekend. Protesters demanded the resignation of the regional leader. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with The World's Beijing correspondent Mary Kay Magistad for an update.
In Egypt, followers of the Bahai religion have often complain of persecution and even official discrimination. But they have recently made gains in the largely Muslim country. The World's Aya Batrawy reports from Cairo.
An expedition team, just back from a trip to Papua New Guinea, has discovered some new speciesï¿½ Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the team leader, George McGavin of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.