We're not going to give you very long to guess today's Geo Quiz. Think Europe and think beer. In fact the country we're looking for thinks its beer is the best in the world. They believe this so strongly that they've bottled it, so to speak.
Amid all the economic doom and gloom coming from Greece these days, you'd think the Greeks don't have much to laugh about. But actually, humor is alive and well in Greece, and it's helping many cope with some dark times.
Climate scientists want to use weather reports made by sailors in WWI but they are in handwritten ship logs,impossible for computers to read. So they've enlisted volunteers to grab that weather data for computer analysis. The World's Clark Boyd has more.
Iran discovered a malicious computer attack that appears to target its nuclear targets. But industry insiders believe the so-called computer worm Stuxnet actually did not do what it was intended for. The World technology correspondent Clark Boyd reports.
September 11th led to the creation of the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network or SIPRnet. But this ï¿½secureï¿½ network has suffered one of the biggest information leaks. The World's Clark Boyd reports.
The founder of the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has told a British court he will fight extradition to Sweden. Bail was refused. Assange told a court in London he would contest extradition. Clark Boyd reports.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is in a British jail awaiting a hearing next week regarding his possible extradition to Sweden. The fallout from WikiLeaks' disclosure of hundreds of US State Department cables continues. The World's Clark Boyd reports.
Brussels is often considered the 'Capitol of Europe.' So, you'd think the city's subway system would reflect the city's place in the world. As The World's Clark Boyd reports, many in Brussels find plenty to sniff at when it comes to their Metro system.