After serving in World War II, Garry Davis dedicated his life to trying to establish a world government to bring an end to war. Anchor Carol Hills speaks with Davis's long-time friend and colleague, David Gallup.
Hopes that US and Taliban officials might begin peace talks Thursday came to nothing, following a diplomatic breakdown between Washington and Kabul over the nature of the Taliban's new office in Doha, Qatar.
Kabul businesswoman Hassina Syed thinks talks with the Taliban are critical for the Afghan economy. She heads The Syed Group. Syed tells anchor Marco Werman that as US military forces leave her country, she's already lost the majority of her business.
The British government today made an historic apology. It says it 'regrets' detaining and torturing thousands of people in Kenya in the 1950s. The Brits were trying to suppress the so-called Mau Mau rebellion. London is also to compensate the victims.
Brandon Friedman was an infantry officer in the 101st Airborne Division during the invasion of Iraq. Marco Werman speaks with Friedman about the legacy of the war. Friedman also reads an excerpt from his combat memoir, 'The War I Always Wanted.'
In the aftermath of the Libyan revolution, one thing that needs to be addressed is education. Not only are schools being purged of The Green Book, but lots of subjects need to be revamped and modernized. Don Duncan reports.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Latin America expert Michael Shifter about the now-resolved crisis between Colombia and its neighbors Venezuela and Ecuador; Shifter says the crisis ended when Colombia and Venezuela essentially check-mated each other.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Houston Chronicle reporter John Otis, who's in Bogota and provides details of the rescue and intelligence operation that secured the release of Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages held by Colombia's FARC rebels.
People in Mumbai went back to work today. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with reporter Nikhil Dixit about how the city is coping in the aftermath of last week's deadly attacks. Dixit is a crime reporter for the "Daily News and Analysis" newspaper in Mumbai.
France is celebrating the freeing of the Colombian hostage, Ingrid Betancourt. Betancourt has dual French-Colombian citizenship, and French leaders have long lobbied for her release, as Anita Elash reports from Paris.
U.S. Air Force pilot Dick Sherwood flew over Hiroshima half an hour after the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on the city in August 1945, and the experience turned him into a fighter for peace, as Correspondent Jenny Brundine has the story.
The World's Jeb Sharp continues her series on "How wars end" with a chapter on the American Civil War. The conflict is said to have ended with the battle at Appomattox in 1865. But the fighting continued for years after that.
Mediators in Egypt are still trying to hammer out a cease-fire agreement to end the violence between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. Anchor Marco Werman gets the latest on the truce effort from The World's Quil Lawrence in Cairo.