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Arts, Culture & Media

French cuisine

The French �Joy of Cooking� is coming to America. It's called �I know How to Cook�. Chef and blogger Clotilde Dusoulier lead the effort to make the book accessible to English speaking home cooks. Anchor Marco Werman talks with her

Conflict & Justice

Victory for eunuchs in India

India's election commission announced it will allow eunuchs and transgender individuals to describe themselves as "other" instead of male or female when filling out official documents. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from the BBC's Rupa Jah in Delhi.

Lifestyle & Belief

Love and marriage in Russia

Families are declining in Russia. And the Kremlin is taking action. The government plans to boost the number of large families by giving parents cash incentives to have more kids. But Reporter Jessica Golloher says women in Moscow aren't interested.

Global Politics

Vote for gay marriage in Mexico City

Mexico City lawmakers voted to make their city the first in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriages. But the move has many opponents around Mexico. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Jose Carreno, a contributor to the Mexican newspaper Excelsior.

Conflict & Justice

Squatting in London

Londoner Katherine Hibbert was 26 years old and doing fine until she was laid off and informed that her rent was going up. So she decided to chuck it all? and live on just about no money. She became a squatter. We speak with her about her experience.