All I want for Christmas is Oxford's Out of The Blue

The men of Oxford's Out of the Blue bring the Christmas cheer with a campy version of a Mariah Carey holiday classic. The all-male a cappella group produced a hilarious video to the tune of "All I Want for Christmas is You" to raise money for charity. It's gone viral.

Lifestyle & Belief

Here's the story behind the 'most kissed face' in the world

The CPR training mannequin Rescue Annie has been kissed millions of times around the world. But the face isn't merely some computer animation — it's believed to be based on the face of a woman pulled out of Paris' Seine River back in the 1880s. While that's the official story, and believed to be true, dozens (or more) other versions have also popped up.

Global Politics

Burmese activist Aung San Suu Kyi's U.S. visit marked with delicate diplomatic dance

Aung San Suu Kyi has emerged from the shadows of protest in Myanmar and taking a seat in the country's government. That's enabled her to travel the world, finally, and to the United States this week. But her visit comes shortly before the visit of the president who implemented reforms that freed her, which has forced the U.S., and her, into difficult balancing act.



Marcus Du Satoy

Faith talks to Oxford University mathematician Marcus du Sautoy about his new book, "Symmetry: A Journey in the Patterns of Nature."

Global Politics

One small step

The competition was fierce between the superpowers, but the rest of the world watched in anticipation and amazement. Now, two British actors are on a worldwide tour of the play �One Small Step.� Anchor Lisa Mullins spoke with them in Oxford, England.

Global Politics

British town gets royal title

For the first time in more than a century a British town is getting a royal title. So for our Geo Quiz, we'd like you to name it. The name change was approved by the Queen in appreciation for what's become a tradition in the town.

Arts, Culture & Media

Shakespeare by Anonymous

The movie Anonymous directed by Roland Emmerich opens this week. Except for the heavy use of computer-generated images, it's nothing like his previous disasteramas – The Day After Tomorrow, Independence Day and 2012.