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.
Prominent Yemeni journalist Abdulelah Haider Shaye uncovered the US role in a drone strike that took the lives of civilians. In 2011, he was found guilty of being an al-Qaeda operative. He's now in jail -- and the U-S wants him to stay there.
Hurricane Sandy has knocked the US election out of the headlines overseas. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with The World's Marco Werman, who is in London to report on how the American vote affects people around the globe.
When new parents are foreign correspondents accustomed to living precariously, sometimes in war zones? The challenges of becoming a parent can be a bit more challenging. The Financial Times' Borzou Daragahi, based in Cairo can tell you a thing or two.