Lisa Mullins

Global Politics

Mexican journalists seek asylum

Four Mexican journalists seeking political asylum in the United States pleaded their case at a news conference in El Paso, Texas Tuesday. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Carlos Spector, the attorney who represents the four journalists.

Global Politics

Progress in Iraq

Anchor Lisa Mullins talks with Anthony Shadid, Baghdad correspondent for the New York Times, about the stalled progress in Iraq. Iraqis are still unable to form a government nearly seven months after elections, and insurgent violence is not going away.

Global Politics

Obama's commercial goals in India

President Obama is heading to India this week to help US companies. India is also an important strategic ally. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Robert Kaplan, aithor of �Monsoon: The Indian Ocean and the Future of the American Power.�

Global Politics

One small step

The competition was fierce between the superpowers, but the rest of the world watched in anticipation and amazement. Now, two British actors are on a worldwide tour of the play �One Small Step.� Anchor Lisa Mullins spoke with them in Oxford, England.

Global Politics

East Africa's mountain gorillas

Head for the Great Rift Valley for the Geo Quiz: we're searching for a chain of volcanic mountains in East Africa. These mountains cross the borders of Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. This mountainous region is home to mountain gorillas.

Business, Finance & Economics

Cuban coffee

For the Geo Quiz we're on the island of Cuba, looking for its largest mountain range. It's known for its coffee plantations but these days there isn't enough coffee in Cuba - once a major coffee exporter - to even meet the demands of the local population.