In 1944, Britain introduced the Eleven Plus exam. School students age 11 who passed this mandatory test could enroll in elite secondary schools. The Conservative-led government is starting to re-introduce it.
Monday is the anniversary of the 1864 massacre of the Circassians. Their descendants are scattered around the world, including in northern New Jersey. Now they are pushing to go back to their cultural home. Can you name it?
Three climbers died on Mount Everest this weekend. Two more are missing. The mountain is particularly dangerous this year, and more congested than ever. One respected expedition organizer canceled the season earlier this month.
Former British servicemen and officials may have passed on to Japan intelligence and training that might have aided the attack on Pearl Harbor. Producer Paul Elston tells host Aaron Schachter about the apparent espionage.
More than 90 people have been killed in a suicide bomb attack at a military parade rehearsal in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, defense ministry officials say. An al-Qaeda source told the BBC one of its members had carried out the attack.