A military strike against Iran's nuclear facilities would be complex and challenging. It would certainly be challenging for Israel. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Austin Long of Columbia University, who has studied Israel's military options closely.
At the UN's General Assembly, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used a chart drawn in the shape of a fuse-bomb and sectioned according to various stages of uranium enrichment, to make his point against the danger of Iran's nuclear program.
Many Syrians currently living in the United States welcome the possibility of US military strikes in Syria but not Salah Asfoura. He lives in Massachusetts and is worried about the war and his family back in Syria.
George Packer, the author of "The Assassins' Gate: America in Iraq," sees multiple problems with the diplomatic effort to destroy Syria's chemical weapons. Packer talks with anchor Marco Werman about the connections between September 11th, Iraq and Syria.
With the world's attention trained on the global economy, little attention has been paid to a striking goal set by the Russian and American presidents: to rid the world of nuclear weapons. The World's Alex Gallafent reports.