Mexican investigative journalist Anabel Hernández has looked inside her country's drug war. She talks with Marco Werman about the threats on her life, and the new English translation of her book, "Narcoland: The Mexican Drug Lords and Their Godfathers."
Day two of the trial of fomer Communist leader Bo Xilai ended today. Details describing Bo's graft are juicy, but his image on social media might actually be improving. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Rachel Lu, co-editor of the news site Tea Leaf Nation.
The culture in Qatar hasn't allowed them to accept the idea of journalism. Anchor Marco Werman talks with Northwestern University in Qatar journalism student Yara Darwish. He says Qatar is a very private society where many do not understand the news.
In the digital age, it seems that newsprint still matters. In Argentina, the Senate has just voted to put it under the control of the government. Lisa Mullins speaks to an reporter Daniel Schweimler in Buenos Aires.
Turkey, the world's most prosperous, democratic and stable Muslim country, is held up by the West as a model for the new "Arab Spring" democracies. But at the same time, the climate for freedom of expression in Turkey is very dark and getting worse.
The interviews with the fake pirates have made it into the venerable pages of Time magazine and have been broadcast in documentaries, one of which was reportedly shown in some 18 countries across the world.
We hear the tales of three Moscow-based journalists who spent days a the Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow a few weeks ago with the hopes of tracking down NSA leaker Edward Snowden. The piece comes to us courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Company.
National Geographic Photographers see the world in bright colors. And to prove its point, National Geographic is publishing a book called "Life in Color." In it, chapters are arranged not according to geographic locations, but to color schemes.
A journalist in Liberia has gone into hiding after receiving threats related to a story she wrote on female circumcision. Female genital mutilation has received a lot of attention in the Western media; in Liberia remains extremely sensitive.
In Turkey, Islamic creationist guru Adnan Oktar has adopted a new weapon in his fight for Islamic values and against Darwinism: buxom television babes. Among other things, they host the talk show Building Bridges to win creationist converts.
People around the globe have seen the heart-breaking images from the scene of the garment factory collapse in Dhaka, Bangladesh. But Syed Rashad Imam Tanmoy, a cartoonist for The Dhaka Tribune, says it's gut-wrenching to see it up close.
In a country where a large part of the population struggles to make ends meet, a working class woman has skyrocketed to fame in post-revolutionary Egypt with a new kind of cooking show. Tara Todras-Whitehill reports from Cairo.