Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Andrew Mutandwa, a former member of Zimbabwe's government and Robert Mugabe's press secretary in the 1980's, who is now critical of Zimbabwe's leader, and is calling for more international sanctions against Mugabe's government.
Beijing's Olympics have overshadowed other news from China, such as last May's massive earthquake. The World's Mary Kay Magistad travels to Sichuan province for an update on China's forgotten story: rebuilding after the earthquake.
We're looking for a part of the North American continental shelf that sits under water, just off the coast of Newfoundland.The answer is the Grand Banks. Marine archaeologist Dwight Coleman tells anchor Marco Werman about an ongoing project to explore the shipwrecks and underwater landscape of the Grand Banks.
The way we experience the Olympic Games is, in part, determined by the music, in the stadium, on TV, and elsewhere. The World's Alex Gallafent shares a selection of Olympic musical moments with anchor Marco Werman.
Anne Donahue reports that many hotels in the Olympic host city of Beijing aren't seeing the rush of customers they were anticipating, and in fact, it's not too late to get a cheap hotel room in Beijing.
The U.S. men's basketball opener vs. China on Sunday will be one of the most-watched Olympic events, and the players on both teams are under pressure to do well during the Games, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.