It's a hot steamy summer in Pakistan and amid the stifling heat comes charges that former president and army chief, Pervez Musharraf, is allegedly connected to the 2007 murder of former prime minister, Benazir Bhutto.
A remarkable 17-year effort by US; Russian scientists to secure an abandoned nuclear testing facility in Kazakhstan was finally completed last fall. Host Marco Werman speaks about the largely secret operation with journalist Eben Harrell.
There is fresh violence in Egypt today. Several deaths have been reported as supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted President, Mohammed Morsi took to the streets. Security forces were given a green light to use live ammunition to disperse crowds.
There's mourning in Egypt today for the more than 500 people killed when government forces moved in to clear two pro-Morsi sit-ins. Egyptians are tense. And the Muslim Brotherhood vow to continue the protests.
It's a day after a major bloodshed in Egypt. Mourners are burying their dead, and the streets are empty. Marco Werman got a chance to speak with Ashraf Khalil, correspondent with Time Magazine who is in Cairo.
Scores have been killed and many injured in Egypt today after the army went in to clear the camps of supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi. Meanwhile the interim government has declared a month-long state of emergency.
A small but growing numbers of Americans in Canada are renouncing their US citizenship. They're doing it to avoid having to pay US taxes. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Mark Wittgen. He lives in Canada and is in the process of renouncing his citizenship.
The United States was not going to win any popularity contests in Pakistan, even before May 2nd. Then the operation heightened tensions between Washington and Islamabad. Marco Werman talks with The Guardian's correspondent Declan Walsh.