The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on the anxiety felt by Tokyo residents about possible radiation exposure from Japan's earthquake and tsunami damaged nuclear reactors. Many city residents are skeptical of official statements.
Anders Breivik has been given the maximum sentence for his crimes - 21 years. Host Marco Werman talks with Christin Bjelland of a group representing survivors and the families of those affected by Breivik's attacks.
Two years after the start of the war in Syria, Rania Abouzeid, the Middle East Correspondent for Time magazine assesses the emotional toll the conflict has taken on its citizens. She tells anchor Marco Werman about the sights and sounds she can't forget.
Very few South Koreans seek help for mental health issues, and even fewer people talk about it openly. But both of those things may be changing thanks to a TV drama called “It’s OK, That’s Love,” which is bringing open talk of mental health problems into South Korea's media-saturated mainstream.
The BBC's Gideon Long has the latest on the rescue operation for the 33 miners trapped 2,300 feet below the earth's surface. At more than a month, the men have now been trapped underground longer than anyone on record.