Slovenia's Tina Maze comes from a hardscrabble mining town that has turned out a half-dozen Olympians. Tuesday Maze managed to capture her second gold at Sochi, in giant slalom. Last in the race: a virtuoso violinist competing for Thailand.
North Korea is proud of its new ski resort. The country's leader, Kim Jon Un, toured it and approved it sometime late last year. Now foreigners are being allowed in. But don't expect the experience to be anything like the ski resorts of Colorado. That, and more, in today's Global Scan.
A trio of Slovenians are taking an interest in cyber-security and turning it into art. They're asking people to submit their online passwords to a database they make publicly available. Eventually, they hope to turn it into a real-world exhibit.
In the courtyard of St.John's church ï¿½ where he has taught and performed for years ï¿½ Lipovac breaks down the influences and differences in the folk music of Slovenia, where his family is from, and Croatia, its neighbor to the South.
We head to south-central Europe now for the Geo Quiz. The country we're looking for shares borders with Italy, Croatia, Hungary and Austria. It's got lots of mountains but also a sliver of waterfront property on the Adriatic Sea.
The United States and Slovenia ended a very exciting World Cup match today in a tie at 2 goals apiece. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with William Troop, who's manning The World's Soccer bureau, about today's game.
The United States plays its second game of the World Cup tomorrow and the Geo Quiz asks: who is the US playing? Slovenia? Or is it Slovakia? Some people are having trouble telling the difference. The World's Alex Gallafent tries to sort it out for us.