India rejected what would have been their first genetically modified food crop. What does this mean for the future of genetically modified crops? We talk with biologist Lisa Weazel, author of Food Fray: Inside the Controversy of Genetically Modified Food.
The police in Barcelona recently raided a suspicious looking dry cleaners. Turns out it was a front. But the cops didn't find anything nefarious. Just people eating dinner. The World's Gerry Hadden explains.
Researchers have recovered five crates of whisky belonging to polar explorer Ernest Shackleton, They've been embedded in ice for over a century. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Richard Paterson, Master Blender at Whyte and Mackay.
The British government wants pubs to try out shatter proof pint glasses as a way to cut back on beer-related violence. Two prototypes designed not to break into dangerous shards were introduced in London today. Laura Lynch had a look at the new glasses.
Starting this winter, residents of Sydney, Australia are getting some of their drinking water from a brand new desalination plant. The plant was built after years of erratic rainfall. Phil Mercer reports from Sydney.
Twenty years ago, Ukraine was still part of the Soviet Union. Mikhail Gorbachev was still in power. The Berlin wall had come down. A bright new sign came to Moscow; McDonald's Golden Arches. That was 20 years ago this week. Analyst Masha Lipman reports.
There's a debate in China over a proposed measure that would ban dog and cat meat from restaurant menus. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from Grace Gabriel of the International Fund for Animal Welfare.