Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Sona Babai, an Iranian woman who just became an American citizen at the age of 105.
Terrorism e-studies (4:00) November 7, 2006permalink
The rise in college courses in terrorism studies and the role of the internet in education have come together at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. The World's Technology correspondent Jason Margolis reports on what the university says is the first international e-learning certificate in terrorism studies.
Daniel Ortega, a former Marxist revolutionary and US foe, appears to have taken back Nicaragua's presidency after a 16-year hiatus. The World's Ruxandra Guidi reports on why Washington is wary despite Ortega's claims that he's a different man.
Iraqi view of midterm elections (3:30) November 7, 2006permalink
The World's Alex Gallafent reports on what Iraqis are saying about today's US Congressional elections and why the elections matter to them.
Middle East view of US mid-term elections (3:30) November 7, 2006permalink
Votes cast across the country today in the US mid-term elections could end up influencing President Bush's foreign policy during his final two years in office. The World's Matthew Bell reports on what Israelis and Palestinians feel is at stake for them in the elections.
Entire program - November 7 November 7, 2006permalink
Global Hit - el Tanbura (4:25) November 6, 2006permalink
The World's Marco Werman has the story of how the invasion of the Suez Canal 50 years ago is linked to the music of Egypt's el Tanbura.
Today's answer is Korea. The traditional Korean dish of kimchi may soon find its way into space. Chef Edward Lee of the "610 Magnolia" restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky, tells anchor Lisa Mullins he thinks it's a great idea.