A China-based cyber-spying ring was exposed this week. It's members hacked into computers belonging to India's Defense Ministry. For the past eight months, Canadian and US computer security researchers have been shadowing the hackers online.
Abortion and gay rights have traditionally been off-limit topics during political campaigns in Mexico. But that's changed since Mexico City legalized both abortion and gay marriage. Mary Stucky reports from Mexico City.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the Cuban province of Matanzas, home to the Elian Gonzalez ? the boy at the center of an international custody dispute. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from the BBC's Michael Voss in Havana.
At least twenty-eight people have been killed in a number of explosions in the Iraqi capital Baghdad. More than ninety people are reported to have been wounded. Violence continues during post-election vacuum. The BBC's Jim Muir reports.
The Pentagon released its official policy review on US nuclear weapons policy today. And the Obama administration says it signals a shift away from Cold War-era thinking. The World's Matthew Bell reports.