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.
A Saudi Arabian novel, banned in the Kingdom, is now available in the US in English translation; Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Saudi author Yousef Al-Mohaimeed about his book "Wolves of the Crescent Moon."
The World's Clark Boyd reports that a New Jersey Congressman is proposing new legislation to prevent U.S. Internet companies from turning over information about their users to countries that censor Internet content.
Anchor Marco Werman tells us about the Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas. During the 1980's, Compass Point was THE place to record for top musicians like the Rolling Stones, Dire Straits and the Talking Heads.