Lisa Mullins speaks with the Carter Center's Jennifer McCoy about yesterday's referendum victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Voters decided to do away with term limits for Chavez, allowing him to run for office indefinitely.
Feet in Two Worlds is a project of The Center for New York City Affairs at The New School. The organization's Eduardo De Oliveira reports for The World that some ESL classes are so popular that Brazilian immigrants have to win a lottery just to get in.
A new report comes out today on how counter-terrorism efforts around the world have trampled human rights and humanitarian law since 9/11. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Mary Robinson, who helped compile the report.