China has blocked access to The New York Times after it posted a piece claiming that the family of Premier Wen Jiabao had amassed some $2.7 billion. The claims challenge the popular image of the humble official known by many Chinese as "Grandpa Wen".
Anchor Carol Hills speaks with Iranian journalist and blogger Omid Memarian, the editor of "Sketches of Iran," about the power of political cartoons in Iran and why so many Iranian cartoonists have been forced into exile.
Jean-Bertrand Aristide testified in court today in connection with the murder investigation of journalist Jean Dominique. Correspondent Susana Ferreira in Port-au-Prince talked about Aristide's first outing since he returned to Haiti from exile.
A death threat from one of Mexico's most powerful drug lords wasn't enough to make Dallas Morning News Correspondent Alfredo Corchado back down on his efforts to expose the dealings of the narco-trafficantes.
San Francisco is likely to elect Ed Lee as the city's first-ever Chinese-American mayor on Tuesday. For the city's Chinese population, it could mean pride in holding the city's top spot and could also boost the standing of the Chinese-language papers.
Egypt's Scientific Institute was burned and thousands of rare books were destroyed during the December clashes between pro-democracy protesters and security forces. Reporter Noel King has more from Cairo on efforts to salvage the books.