Following an earthquake in Christchurch, a 30-million ton chunk of ice broke off the Tasman Glacier into the Tasman Lake. Tourists were on a pontoon boat just as the ice broke off. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the boat's skipper, Mark Bascand.
About 300 people remain missing in New Zealand in the aftermath of Tuesday's earthquake. 75 people are known dead, with the toll expected to rise. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Ian Maclean of the NZ Ministry of Civil Defense and Emergency Management.
Israeli's PM is in trouble for his Twitter again, but not because of something he said, but rather who he followed. Meanwhile, in Pakistan, satire proved a bit too tricky for some to understand and in Malaysia, the word Allah is now reserved for the Islamic God, and no one else. Today's Global Scan.
Two years after they washed up on a New Zealand beach, scientists have identified two whale carcasses as members of what they believe is the world's rarest whale species: the spade-toothed beaked whale.