Full story - March 06, 2009
A susu could be one of the safest places to park your money these days. The World's Jason Margolis tells us how this type of informal investment club got to the United States through immigrant communities.
Full story - March 06, 2009
Full story - March 06, 2009
Full story - March 06, 2009
The World's Matthew Bell reports on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's meeting with Russia's foreign minister today. The U.S. is trying to push the "reset" button on U.S.-Russian relations.
Full story - March 06, 2009
North Korea's rhetoric is heating up again -- accusing the US of wanting to start a nuclear war. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from Korea expert David Kang.
Full story - March 06, 2009
Correspondent Kelly McEvers tells us about a new wave of novel-writing in Saudi Arabia that's centered on breaking conventional taboos. The spike in risque Saudi literature follows the success of the racy novel, Girls of Riyadh a few years ago.
Full story - March 06, 2009
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.
Full story - March 06, 2009
Anchor Lisa Mullins meets Irish singer songwriter Lisa Hannigan. She grew up outside of Dublin, but her music was shaped by North American artists like Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, and Nina Simone.
Full story - March 09, 2009
Lisa Mullins speaks with Stephen Minger, a Senior Lecturer in stem cell biology at King's College, London, about President Obama's lifting of a U.S. ban on stem cell research.
Full story - March 09, 2009
The British government has reversed its policy of shunning the militant Lebanese group Hezbollah. This has some observers wondering how the decision will effect US policy. The World's Aaron Schachter reports.

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