At the Averroes Institute, a private high school for Muslim Americans in Fremont, Calif., academic rigor is supplemented by religious study. Averroes is the first school of its kind in the area and teachers say the school helps support the needs of young Muslim Americans.
The international community is debating military intervention in Syria again, while some are pushing for a "Yemen Option," giving Syria's President safe haven abroad in exchange for relinquishing power.
Ramadan just ended and with it the period of daylight fasting observed by most Muslims around the world. In India especially, the fast is often broken with a dish called haleem, a sort of meat porridge that manages to bridge the religious divide and appeal to all manners of Indians.
94 Guant-namo detainees are expected to be repatriated to Yemen in the coming weeks. The Yemeni government has said it will rehabilitate them, but many are skeptical. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Yemen expert Gregory Johnsen, who's at Princeton.
Ten years ago today, two al-Qaeda operatives steered a small boat alongside the USS Cole. They detonated a bomb that tore through the ship's hull. Seventeen American sailors were killed, dozens more were seriously wounded. Jordana Gustafson has the story.