Donald Trump walks into tonight's debate with many in the Republican Party calling for him to quit over his predatory remarks about women. Hillary Clinton heads into it after leaked emails discuss her controversial Wall Street speeches and "open trade and open borders" ideas.
The United States is now entering its sixth year in Iraq, and the war is a major issue for the presidential candidates, but what are they saying about an exit strategy? The World's Matthew Bell reports.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with South African actor and political satirist, Pieter-Dirk Uys who is touring the United States with his new one-man show, "Elections and Erections - A Chronicle of Fear and Fun."
The World's Jason Margolis reports that Cuban-Americans are not the only Latino voters being courted in Florida; another group that could become a key factor in the presidential election is Venezuelans
Anchor Lisa Mullins talks with former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke about President Harry Truman's decision to recognize Israel back in 1948 -- and about controversy surrounding some of President Bush's comments in Israel today.
Senators Hillary Clinton and John McCain are rumored to have engaged in a drinking contest in Estonia in 2004, and Reporter Gabriel Gatehouse checks out the rumor and names the winner--when it comes to drinking, that is.
As the now presumptive Democratic nominee, Barack Obama took his turn speaking at the pro-Israel AIPAC conference today and he called for "aggressive, principled diplomacy" in dealing with the threat from Iran, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.