The northern city of Kirkuk is ground zero for a potential conflict following the planned US withdrawal: In his second story from Kirkuk, reporter Ben Gilbert looks at the role Kirkuk plays in the Iraq vote.
An important piece of history has been lost in Uganda. Fire destroyed a 150-year-old royal tomb in Kampala on Tuesday. It was a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Jeb Sharp talks with the BBC's Joshua Mmali is in Kampala.
Rabbi Leo Trepp is 97 years old. He now lives in San Francisco but he grew up in Germany. He is the last living rabbi who led German-Jewish communities during the Nazi holocaust. Lonny Shavelson sent us a radio report.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to a Rwandan-American woman who is about to graduate from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. She is now committed to conflict resolution in Rwanda and the Great Lakes region in Africa.
Tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews took to the streets in Jerusalem today to protest a Supreme Court order to integrate their religious girls' school. Correspondent Linda Gradstein reports from Jerusalem.
Cricket is wildly popular among South Asians. Now cricket is gaining fans among some New York City police officers as a way to connect to New York's growing South Asian communities. Correspondent Lily Jamali reports.