Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Molly Murray, reporter for the News Journal in Wilmington, Delaware, about the oil that was spilled in the Atlantic during World War Two when German U-boats torpedoed U.S. oil tankers.
Executives at BP got an earful this week on Capitol Hill. To discuss that and other major news headlines, anchor Katy Clark speaks with Matthew Bishop, of the Economist, and Sherwin Bryce-Pease ? UN correspondent for the SABC.
Rolling blackouts have been a daily reality for Venezuelans since last winter. That's when a prolonged drought began to cut the output of the hydroelectric dam that provides 70 percent of the country's electricity. The World's Marina Giovannelli reports.
Misery caused by the BP oil spill could inspire a song. In fact, Isleï¿½os in Louisiana have a centuries-old songwriting tradition. It's an unusual ten-line song form called decima. Bruce Wallace has more.
For the Geo Quiz we're looking for a very cool hotel that stands out from the crowd. This European hotel is located near a city square called the Plaza de Callao. So we want you to name the city that's home to the Save the Beach Hotel.