The grieving relatives of the latest victims in Mexico's drug wars are coming together for a gruesome task. They are going to the morgue in the Mexican city of Matamoros to search for their loved ones among the dead. Hernán Rozemberg has the story.
The World's Alex Gallafent traces the history of the Pentagon's attempts to build a multilingual military. The problem is that different languages have been needed for different times and places, and the military has not always kept up with those needs.
Americans marked the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War today, but according to Brian DeLay, a teacher of history at the University of California, Berkeley, the rest of the world was hardly at peace, either.
Last Friday's earthquake was the largest on record to hit Japan. But there were huge quakes and tsunamis before records were kept. Anchor Marco Werman explores the history of quakes and tsunamis with Brian Atwater of the US Geological Survey.