The floods in Pakistan have killed up to 1,600 people. Another two million have been left homeless. The BBC's Lyse Doucet has been monitoring the devastation across the country. Katy Clark talks with her.
The last US combat brigade rolled out of Iraq Wednesday night. The troops are happy but Iraqis have mixed feelings. Anchor Jeb Sharp spoke to Blake Hall, a former US Army captain and a member of the elite Army Rangers. He led a scout platoon in Iraq.
Heated rhetoric swirls around the proposal to build an Islamic community center a few blocks from the World Trade Center site. Scott Kurashige sees a parallel to efforts to block Japanese immigrants from building Buddhist temples around World War II.
Marco Werman speaks with Rob Evans, reporter for the Guardian newspaper. He co-wrote an article on part of the British coal miners' strike of 1984. Then-Prime Minister Thatcher prevented funds from the USSR reaching the striking miners in the UK.
Akiko Fujita profiles Ichiro Ozawa who could become the third prime minister of Japan in the space of one year. Ozawa is a veteran powerbroker in Japan's Democratic Party. He's looking to unseat the current party leader, Japan's ruling prime minister.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Patricia Fara, who teaches the history and philosophy of science in Clare College at Cambridge University, about the role of religion in British society, and how it compares to the situation here in the United States.
The answer to our Geo Quiz today is the Kingdom of Bhutan, where a team of researchers has discovered tigers living more than 13,000 ft up in the Himalayas. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Steve Backshall.