Anchor Marco Werman speaks with collector Sam Sarowitz about the different ways Hollywood posters are adapted to market films oversees; Sarowitz is the author of a new book on the subject, "Translating Hollywood."
Host Lisa Mullins speaks to Sandy Maisel of Colby College. Professor Maisel has studied electoral systems around the globe and tells us that few countries are envious of how Americans choose their leaders.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with cardiologist Bernard Lown. Dr. Lown won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1985 for his work against nuclear proliferation. He's written a new book -- "Prescription for Survival: A Doctor's Journey to End Nuclear Madness."
America's nuclear fears from the Cold War haven't necessarily gone awayï¿½but they have been modernized. The World's Alex Gallafent examines US fears of a nuclear attack in the shadow of September 11th.
The World's Alex Gallafent traces the history of the Pentagon's attempts to build a multilingual military. The problem is that different languages have been needed for different times and places, and the military has not always kept up with those needs.