Andrej Babis and his party are winning the Czech Republic’s parliamentary elections this weekend. Add him to the current president, and that would mean not one, but two Donald Trump admirers governing a liberal democracy in the EU.
He may be facing charges over alleged EU subsidy fraud, but billionaire businessman Andrej Babis still appears poised to win this weekend's Czech general election pushing his trademark anti-corruption and anti-euro ticket.
Russia's standoff with Ukraine over Crimea seems to have stabilized for the moment. But tensions remain high, and not just in Ukraine. Many in Eastern Europe see parallels between the current situation and the days leading up to World War II.
Climate change is a big deal, and even those with a close relationship with a higher power look to be ready to take action as well. The Church of England is threatening to put their money where their mouth is. Plus, in Belgium, the government is considering allowing children to request euthanasia.
There is heavy flooding in several countries in central Europe. Parts of the Czech capital, Prague, are underwater including about half of the city's famous zoo. Anchor Marco Werman hears about an amazing animal rescue from zoo spokesman, Michal Stastny.
For today's Geo Quiz we wanted you to name an central European capital known for its spires. The answer is Prague, in the Czech Republic. A radio station there is at the center of a controversy over free speech. The World's David Leveille has the story.
For our Geo Quiz we wanted to know the birthplace of the astronomer Johannes Kepler. He was born in Weil der Stadt in southern Germany in 1571. NASA is launching a space mission named after Kepler tonight. The World's David Leveille reports.
For today's Geo Quiz, we wanted you to name two countries looking to erase an old debt. The answer is North Korea and the Czech Republic. Anchor Katy Clark speaks to the BBC's Rob Cameron who is in Prague.
For today's Geoquiz we're looking for the central European capital in which a Michael Jackson statue project has caused quite a controversy. The answer is Prague. Anchor Marco Werman gets the story from the BBC's Rob Cameron.
Danish and Czech scientists are working to solve a centuries-old mystery involving 16th century astronomer Tycho Brahe. The mystery is about his death. Scientists dug up Brahe's bones this week to search for clues. But where?
President Obama is in Prague today, where he signed the START Treaty along with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. The treaty will reduce the number of nuclear warheads between the two countries by almost 40 percent, from 2,700 to 1,550.
We're wrapping up the "My America" series today, with actor, writer, and director John Turturro. Famous for his roles in movies like "Do the Right Thing," "The Big Lebowski," and the "Transformers" trilogy, Turturro's newest film is called "Passione."