No one has claimed responsibility for Monday's suspected suicide bombing. Many think that Islamists could have played a roll. Now, many fear a spike in racist crimes against people who don't look Russian. Jessica Golloher has the details from Moscow.
The Russian government has faltered in its attempts to come to grips with the insurgency in the Caucasus. Andrei Mironov of the Moscow-based human rights organization Memorial gives details to host Marco Werman.
Twenty-nine year old playwright Anna Yablonskaya was among the victims of yesterday's bombing in Moscow. Marco Werman talks to John Freedman, theatre critic for the Moscow Times, about her life and work.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to RAI journalist Fabio Colonna about the latest Silvio Berlusconi sandal in Italy. We will hear what was said when the Italian prime minister called in a talk show and insulted the program and its host.
In her new book 'Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother,' Amy Chua writes about the Chinese style of parenting ? driving kids hard and demanding perfection. As The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports, parents in China are moving away from that style of parenting.
In Cairo today, thousands of anti-government protesters clashed with riot police. It was the largest demonstration in Egypt in years. The BBC's Jon Leyne in Cairo witnessed the clashes and describes the scene to host Marco Werman.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with writer Seth Mnookin about his new book, ?The Panic Virus: A True Story of Medicine, Science and Fear.' Mnookin explores why an anti-vaccination campaign has been so powerful, even though it was based on fraudulent science.