Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Paul Risley, the UN World Food Program's spokesman for Asia, about continuing efforts to get aid to devastated parts of Myanmar (Burma) in the wake of the deadly cyclone there.
Britain's much-vaunted "special relationship" with the US is looking a bit frayed these days, but Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband tells anchor Marco Werman the UK-US alliance remains strong.
Myanmar's military government told the UN Secretary General today it would allow all foreign aid workers into the country to help the victims of the cyclone, but observers note Myanmar's leaders haven't always kept their promises to the UN
Zoe Corneli introduces us to Rupa, a San Francisco doctor who is also a musician. Rupa not only reflects musical styles from all over the world in her work, she also infuses it with her comments on global politics.