Bradley Manning, the US Army Private who leaked thousands of classified documents to Wikileaks, is scheduled to face a court martial early next year that could send him to prison for life. But before that, there are some important legal matters to settle.
Transportation has been a huge challenge for New Yorkers this week. But many New Yorkers have been getting around on bikes. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Caroline Samponaro Director of Bicycle Advocacy at Transportation Alternatives in New York City.
Canadian singer Nelly Furtado has a new album out called "The Spirit Indestructible." Furtado tells anchor Lisa Mullins that the songs on the album were inspired by a trip to Africa, the Arab Spring and more.
As residents of the northeastern United States struggle to recover from this week's huge storm, people in southern India are still being battered by a cylcone that's caused 100,000 people to be evacuated.
Parts of Venice, Italy, including the famous San Marco Square, were flooded this week. A high tide forced tourists to wade through the city in knee-high waters. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Rafael Bras, Provost at Georgia Tech.
Among those struggling to recover from the devastation of Superstorm Sandy are members of the Haitian community in New York. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Ricot Dupuy, who hosts a program on a Haitian radio station in Brooklyn.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Jonathan Head about the new charges brought by the military government of Myanmar against opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi. She faces a new trial just as her current house arrest was about to end. The new charges stem from a bizarre incident last week when an American man swam across a lake to Suu Kyi's house.
Today's Geo Quiz asked you to name the country with the most nuclear fallout shelter space per citizen. The answer is Switzerland. Now tourists can get a taste of life inside one of these shelters in the form of the the Null Stern Hotel.
A leading Zambian journalist went on trial today for circulating pornography. She sent government officials photos of a woman who had to give birth in a hospital parking lot. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Jo Fidgen in Lusaka
Anti-government protesters in Egypt are continuing their occupation of Cairo's Tahrir Square for a 16th day. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with two protesters: writer and broadcaster Ahmad El Esseily, and researcher Shahira Mehrez.
Following an earthquake in Christchurch, a 30-million ton chunk of ice broke off the Tasman Glacier into the Tasman Lake. Tourists were on a pontoon boat just as the ice broke off. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the boat's skipper, Mark Bascand.
James Foley was among a group of international journalists who were taken into custody in Libya in April. He spent five weeks in Libyan detention. Now he's telling his story. He speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins.
"Song from the Uproar" is based on the extraordinary life of 19th century Swiss explorer and writer Isabelle Eberhardt. Eberhardt converted to Islam in North Africa, where she traveled dressed as an Arab man.