The World's Gerry Hadden has details on a major sweat shop bust in Barcelona, where Spanish authorities freed more than 300 Chinese immigrants working in appalling conditions. But the immigrants are protesting the move.
The World's Aaron Schachter profiles a man in Turkey who's warning the Islamic world about the dangers of evolutionary theory. Creationist Harun Yahya is on a mission to defend his faith against evolution.
Biofuels have been touted as the best hope for reducing reliance on fossil fuels and limiting greenhouse gases. Now many scientists are raising doubts about that. Reporter Kathleen Schalch examines the debate over the costs and benefits of biofuels.
Iraq's oil ministry held an auction today for rights to develop some of the country's most valuable energy reserves. The World's Katy Clark tells us, some oil companies weren't willing to accept Iraq's terms.
A mayoral candidate in Mexico has said publicly what just about every Mexican knows to be true ï¿½ the drug cartels have thoroughly contaminated Mexican politics. But this candidate is caught on tape. The World's Lorne Matalon reports.
In the Geo Quiz, we were looking for the name and author of a book set ï¿½in the naked desert, under the indifferent heavens.' The book is The Seven Pillars of Wisdom: A Triumph, the author is T.E. Lawrence.
The Scottish city of Glasgow will finally be able to see Monty Python's ï¿½Life of Brianï¿½ on the screen now that a 30-year ban has been lifted. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out what took so long from Glasgow Councelor Liz Cameron.
There were celebrations throughout Baghdad and other Iraqi cities today as American forces officially handed over control to Iraqi security forces. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out what's happening from Sahar Issa.