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Geo answer

For today's Geo Quiz, we are looking for the name of the mountain road that serves as the biggest challenge in the 17th stage of the Tour de France. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with cyclist and Tour de France aficionado, Robert Penn.

Arts, Culture & Media

Ukulele festival

Thousands of people turned out to attend the 40th annual Ukulele Festival in Hawaii. The instrument has seen a resurgence thanks in part to musician Jake Shimabukuro. Reporter Heidi Chang attended the festival. She spoke to Shimabukuro.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

For today's Geoquiz we're looking for a walled city in Italy, deemed a World Heritage Site for its Renaissance culture. The World's Alex Collins tells us how scientists have helped art historians discover more of the story behind works of art.

Arts, Culture & Media

The Mandingo Ambassadors

During the early 60s, many West African governments ran music contests. Guinea's Mamady Kouyate, one of the big players of that era, can now be found playing in a small bar in Brooklyn. The World's Alex Gallafent saw the show.

Politics

New sanctions against North Korea

The US will impose new sanctions on North Korea, following the crisis over the sinking of a South Korean warship. The move was announced by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during a visit to South Korea. Laura Lynch reports.

Politics

China nervous over naval drills

The US and South Korea will begin joint naval exercises to send a message to North Korea that further aggression will have serious consequences. China is not happy. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Orville Schell of the Center on US-China Relations.

Conflict & Justice

British hacker case

The World's Clark Boyd reports on the latest in the case of Gary McKinnon. He's accused by US authorities of 'the biggest military hack of all time.' He's been fighting extradition for four years. Now, Britain's new Prime Minister has raised the issue.