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.
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.
Senators Hillary Clinton and John McCain are rumored to have engaged in a drinking contest in Estonia in 2004, and Reporter Gabriel Gatehouse checks out the rumor and names the winner--when it comes to drinking, that is.
Anchor Lisa Mullins talks with former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke about President Harry Truman's decision to recognize Israel back in 1948 -- and about controversy surrounding some of President Bush's comments in Israel today.
Republican presidential contender says that -- if elected -- he'd hold a British-style question and answer sessions with Congress, and Anchor Lisa Mullins offers a reminder of how chaotic those sessions can be in the British parliament.
The World's Aaron Schachter reports on the debate in Lebanon over the exact nature of Iran's relationship with the militant group Hezbollah; some see it as a sinister influence over Lebanon, as the country's political factions continue to clash.