Anchor Marco Werman speaks with The World's Science correspondent David Kohn about his conversation with science writer Jonah Lehrer. They talked about the science of decision-making, using the 1973 Yom Kippur War as an example.
General Motors' European operations are scrambling to find a buyer ahead of a possible bankruptcy proceeding in the US. More than 50,000 people work at GM plants throughout Europe. The World's Laura Lynch has the story
Correspondent Cyrus Farivar reports on President Obama's plans for protecting the nation's computer networks from cyber-criminals. Today, Mr. Obama announced the creation of a new White House Office of Cyber Security.
It's been nearly five days since North Korea claimed it tested a nuclear weapon. But the talks at the United Nations over how to respond have not yet produced a decision. The World's Katy Clark reports.
Anchor Marco Werman gets the latest on Italy's famous "Giro d'Italia" cycling race from journalist Renata Rosso. Day 19 today saw the cyclists climbing a famous volcano near Naples. The answer to our quiz is Mount Vesuvius.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Shibley Telhami, who holds the Anwar Sadat Chair for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland. His department recently released its latest survey of public opinion in the Arab world.
A 3-day Nobel Laureates Symposium just took place in London to brainstorm on environmental issues. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets an overview from the BBC's environment and science correspondent David Shukman.
One of the participants at this week's Nobel symposium on climate change was Yuan Tseh Lee. He's a native of Taiwan who won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1986. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with him about the meeting that just ended in London.