Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Michael Klare, author of Rising Powers, Shrinking Planet: The New Geopolitics of Energy, about how US energy policy compares with other countries' energy policies around the world.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's James Ingham in Caracas about a joint venture by Venezuela and Iran: the two oil producers are joining forces to produce bicycles in government-run, socialist factories.
Correspondent Rebecca Henschke reports from West Java, Indonesia on violence against followers of a small Islamic sect known as Ahmadiya: the sect doesn't recognize Muhammad as the final prophet of Islam
There's a new James Bond book out, as anchor Lisa Mullins explains. This one's not written by Ian Fleming. It's written by author Sebastian Faulks to honor James Bond's creator. It's called "Devil May Care."
Foreign aid workers are starting to get into Myanmar (Burma) to help out in the cyclone-ravaged Irrawaddy Delta; Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with one of those workers, Tony Banbury of the UN's World Food Program.
Change is in the air in Nepal, the answer to our Geo Quiz today. Nepal's new national assembly voted today to formally abolish the country's monarchy. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets details from the BBC's Rabindra Mishra in the capital Kathmandu.
Anchor Lisa Mullins features two female singer-songwriters in today's Global Hit -- Anna Ternheim from Stockholm, Sweden, and Missy Higgins from Melbourne, Australia. Each has won Best Female Artist awards in her country.
There was a demonstration today outside the corporate headquarters of Chevron; the oil company is under pressure from human rights activists who want the company to stop its business activities in Myanmar, Nigeria and Ecuador
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is facing damaging allegations of corruption, but Olmert says he has no plans to resign, even though his main coalition partner is calling on him to step down, as Reporter Matt Gutman has the latest.