At SXSW, it’s not just the president’s executive orders that cause concerns. Companies are worried about their ability to recruit the world’s top talent if America sounds — and becomes — a less welcoming place.
The World's Marco Werman profiles two musicians who are taking part in the annual South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. Dutch blues guitarist Joep Pelt and blues guitarist Lobi Traore from Mali recorded a CD together.
The group Afterhours is one of Italy's top alternative rock bands. Anchor Marco Werman spoke to the band's leader at the South by Southwest music festival last week. They discuss the underground music scene in Italy and how Afterhours has earned praise from music critics.
For a look at the tricky process of electing judges, The Takeaway talks to Adam Liptak, Supreme Court Correspondent for The New York Times, and to Tom Phillips, a lawyer with Baker Botts in Austin, Texas.
Joining The Takeaway are Lloyd Doggett, a Democratic congressman from Texas whose constituents became unruly at a recent town hall, and Max Pappas of FreedomWorks, an organization that encourages its members to challenge Democratic health care reform.
It's 1941: The leaders in Washington are a long way away from the Man on the Street. John Hockenberry talks to a husband and wife in Austin, Texas: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jirosik. They tell us how they feel about their son going off to war.