Mary Kay Magistad

Conflict & Justice

Communist China turns 60

The People's Republic of China officially turned 60 today. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with The World's Mary Kay Magistad in Beijing about the celebrations, which included a massive military parade and fireworks.

Arts, Culture & Media

Manta Rays in New York

Tomorrow, at Carnegie Hall, a select group of college and high school musical groups will perform. One of the bands, the Manta Rays, is the only high school band on the US Pacific territory of Saipan. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports.

Conflict & Justice

Tibet's uncharted future

Tibetan exiles worldwide long to see a free Tibet. The Dalai Lama has led their struggle for decades. Now he's thinking about retirement. The World's Mary Kay Magistad has the latest on the Dalai Lama, and Tibet's uncharted future.

Conflict & Justice

President Obama's impact in China

While China's state-run media have given President Obama high marks on his visit to China, civil rights lawyers and human rights activists there are disappointed in the president's conciliatory tone. The World's Mary Kay Magistad takes a look.

Global Politics

North Korea's next leader

The World's Mary Kay Magistad speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins about the future of North Korea's leadership. It's expected that the son of ailing leader, Kim Jong Il is next in line. It also appears that Kim's young sister may play a critical role.