Supporters of the ousted Egyptian president took to the streets in Cairo adding to fears of further violence and political instability. But one of the many unanswered questions facing Egypt right now is this: where is Mohammed Morsi?
After being detained in Panama Thursday, the US State Department said Friday that Robert Lady, a former CIA operative, is now headed back to the US. The strange part: Lady was held in Panama because he's a wanted man in Italy.
Hairdressers in the Outaouais region of western Quebec are fighting against regulations that limit their working hours. The rules date back to the 1930s. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with hair salon owner Dominique Brisebois about the blow out.
Monday starts the annual North Korean mass games, an annual orchestrated floor show that commemorates the anniversary of the Korean War. This year they'll be celebrating the 60th anniversary with a special Arirang show based on the Korean folk tale.
Greensboro-based hip-hop group Phive paid tribute to Nelson Mandela's birthday today by releasing a special song. Marco Werman speaks with singer and songwriter Afika Nxumalo about his connection to South Africa and the song he penned called "Madiba."
Russia's dissident punk band Pussy Riot has released a new protest video criticizing big oil companies and President Putin. Marco Werman speaks with journalist Masha Gessen, who recently spent four hours visiting a leading member of the group in prison.
Mexican marines have arrested the leader of the Zetas drug cartel outside the border city of Nuevo Laredo. They did it without a shot being fired. But his capture could lead to violence within the cartel.
Thousands of Syrian refugees had been welcomed by ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's government without restrictions. Now, the new military-backed government is requiring refugees to have visas, and threatening to arrest those who don't have one.
Marco Werman talks with author Andrea Stuart, about her complicated family history. Stuart is descended from British settlers who went to Barbados in the 17th century, and from the slaves who worked on their sugar plantations.
The rape and murder of a teenage girl has triggered protests in South Africa. Crowds gathered in the town of Bredasdorp where the rape occurred. And several South African radio stations have been broadcasting an intrusive beeping noise every four minutes.
A train derailment in Maryland this week severely affected internet access at the US military base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Tim Stronge of the market research firm Telegeography.
About a half million Syrian refugees are living in Jordan. Adrienne Fricke tells anchor Marco Werman that it's important to find a way for these people to get back to school because they could be instrumental in rebuilding Syria after the war.
Interest in George Orwell's novel "1984" has spiked in recent days since the leaks about NSA surveillance. Was Orwell prescient? Anchor Marco Werman speaks with journalist and author Cory Doctorow about science fiction's vision of the future.
President Obama says the global fight against terrorism is no longer a "boundless war," but a more precise conflict that will eventually come to an end. Anchor Marco Werman discusses what that means with Jessica Stern, an expert in American policy.