Anchor Marco Werman talks with reporter Jeffrey Toobin about the case of director Roman Polanski. Today, Swiss authorities announced that they will not extradite Polanski to the U.S. for the charge of having sex with a thirteen year old girl in 1977.
Swiss voters approved by the narrowest of margins a measure to limit immigration into their country. That goes against the country's agreement with the European Union to allow the free movement of people across borders ... and could have serious consequences for the Swiss and their economy.
FIFA has cleared five men as candidates to lead the organization. The world soccer body says all five passed a thorough 'integrity check.' But all of them are also tainted by their past associations with an organization saddled by years of corruption allegations.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Basel, Switzerland. The city was home to Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann, who died yesterday. The World's David Leveille reports that Hofmann's discovery of LSD remains controversial.
In Switzerland, thousands of victims of a policy known as 'administrative detention' are demanding an investigation and compensation for being imprisoned without committing any crime. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the story from the BBC's Imogene Foulkes.