Lily Jamali reports from New York on challenges by immigration activists to local-federal law enforcement collaboration on immigration enforcement. The challenges have been spurred further by the new law on immigration passed by Arizona recently.
After an inconclusive general election in Britain and no party with an overall majority for the first time in almost 40 years, moves are under way to put together a new government. Marco Werman talks with Laura Lynch in London.
Marco Werman speaks with Senator Kit Bond (R-MO), about allegations that US military doctors have been deliberately misdiagnosing veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan in order to deny them medical benefits. Bond has been campaigning against these discharges.
Thailand's anti-government movement has been clashing violently with the police and soldiers. The unrest reflects a political dispute that goes back several years. The World's Matthew Bell reports on the political roots of the current chaos.
As critics pound the euro as the source of their economic problems, and others worry about how its loss could be devastating, many say that the loss of the euro would have another profound effect: a major erosion of the still developing sense of European identity.