Latinos are heading to the polls in record numbers. Host Lisa Mullins discusses the Hispanic turnout with The World's Matthew Bell and Arturo Varges the executive director of NALEO, the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials.
Coverage of the recent conflict between Russia and Georgia has, for the most part, placed Russia as the aggressor and Georgia as the victim. But as The World's Matthew Bell reports recent accounts from the region may reveal a different story.
The Syrian government today ordered the closure of an American school and a U.S. cultural center in its capital city, Damascus. The move is in response to what Syria claims was an unlawful U.S. attack inside its territory.
The World's Matthew Bell reports on what Sen. John McCain's foreign policy would be like if he were elected president. McCain has been getting a lot of praise at the GOP Convention this week for being strong on national security.
Both the United States and Russia are in the midst of presidential election campaigns, and The World's Jason Margolis looks at what a change of leadership in both countries could mean for US-Russian relations.
Republican presidential contender says that -- if elected -- he'd hold a British-style question and answer sessions with Congress, and Anchor Lisa Mullins offers a reminder of how chaotic those sessions can be in the British parliament.