For heterosexual couples where one partner is American and the other is not, marriage usually guarantees a future in the United States. The situation is tougher for gay Americans with foreign partners. The World's Alex Collins reports from San Francisco.
For today's Geoquiz we're looking for a walled city in Italy, deemed a World Heritage Site for its Renaissance culture. The World's Alex Collins tells us how scientists have helped art historians discover more of the story behind works of art.
The Glastonbury Festival occupies a special place in the British imagination. 180,000 people descend on a field to re-engage with their hippy side for a weekend. The World's Alex Collins tells us more on today's show.
The World's Alex Collins reports on the controversial design for a new Olympic monument in London. The monument is meant to attract tourists to East London well after the 2012 Summer Olympics. But many Londoners think it's just plain ugly.
Drivers of London's black cabs are famous for their skills as talkers, a trait that delights some passengers but annoys others. New recruits to the job could be given training in another skill: knowing when to zip it. The World's Alex Collins has more.
It was a big day for ï¿½The London Evening Standardï¿½ today. The newspaper is now free. The World's Alex Collins spoke with one vendor named Christine at the Temple underground station in central London.