A kingdom divided


How Sept. 11 led a preeminent scholar to challenge the House of Saud's teachings on Islam.

Tensions flare in Lebanon


After a sleepy summer slumber, Lebanon wakes up to cold, hard reality: it's still in the Middle East.

From displacement to homelessness


Palestinian refugees displaced by a battle in their camp in northern Lebanon are still waiting, two years on, for the rebuilding of their "temporary" home.

Conflict & Justice

Beirut refugees

Many people who live in Beirut have fled to the mountains outside the city, and The World's Aaron Schachter reports on how hotels and restaurants in that area are dealing with the influx.