Super Tuesday elections across 10 states have Republicans at the polls, choosing who they want to represent their party in this year's presidential election. While each candidate is expected to do well in at least one state, the eyes of the nation are on Ohio and Georgia.
Mitt Romney's gotten good news in the latest polls. His support is trending upward, buoyed by a series of a high profile endorsements. But Newt Gingrich is seeing an uptick in support as well, especially in southern states.
No one was killed but two people were hospitalized in an attack on an Israeli diplomat's vehicle in India Monday morning. Israeli officials are blaming Iran for that attack, as well as a thwarted attempt in the Central Asian nation of Georgia.
The former Soviet Republic of Georgia is just starting to offer jury trials on a limited basis, but most Georgians are unfamiliar with the concept. So Americans are playing a role in helping Georgians get ready. Reporter Mary Stucky has some examples.
Panic was sparked in Georgia after broadcast news seemingly reported Russian tanks had invaded the capital. However, the Imedi report was supposed to be a satire. Marco Werman talks with Zaza Gachechiladze, editor-in-chief of ?The Messenger' in Tbilisi.
The United States is stepping up its criticism of Russia's military intervention in Georgia, and President Bush today accused Moscow today of bullying and intimidation. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Natalya Antelava in Tbilisi.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with former British army officer and poet Christopher Langton. Langton led a UN mission in the war-torn Caucasus region in the 1990s, and he's written about the violence in the region.
The United States today again called on Russia to honor its commitment to withdraw its forces from Georgia. But the BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse, in Georgia, tells anchor Lisa Mullins that there's no sign of any pull-back.
NATO allies were united today in their condemnation of Russia's military actions in Georgia. But as The World's Gerry Hadden tells us, divisions within NATO may prevent the alliance from following its words with any concrete action.
Russia and Georgia have accused each other of "ethnic cleansing" in the conflict over South Ossetia. Lisa Mullins speaks with Human Rights Watch researcher Anna Neistat, to find out if there is evidence to support these claims.
Russia said it's completed the pullout of troops from Georgia today, but the Georgian government says Russia is not complying with international peace agreements. Anchor Lisa Mullins talks to the BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse who's in Georgia.
The conflict between Georgia and Russia involves Georgia's breakaway province of South Ossetia, but there's also a North Ossetia which is part of Russia and the Ossetian region and its politics is divided by the Russia-Georgian border.