Even though SB 1070 is taking effect today without its most controversial provisions it's already having an impact: it's inspiring musicians on both sides of the US-Mexico border. Betto Arcos reports from Los Angeles.
In the 19th century a British ship called HMS Investigator attempted the Northwest passage from west to east until it was trapped in ice. Now it has been found, can you tell us, where it was discovered.
Aldo Villegas, also known as Bocafloja, is one of the most popular independent rappers in Spanish and, as Mary Stucky reports, over the years he's acquired a huge following in both Mexico and the United States.
Pakistan has strongly denied claims in leaked US records that the ISI, backed the Taliban. Many Pakistanis have come to expect that the ISI are meddling in Afghanistan, so the Wikileaks revelations have not come as a huge surprise. Fahad Desmukh reports.
General Hamid Gul is described in some of the Wikileaks documents as having a direct hand in attacks on US-led forces in Afghanistan. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with General Gul, who says the allegations are pure fiction.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Michel Drapeau about the controversy surrounding the deaths of four Canadian soldiers in Iraq in 2006. Canadians reported that the men were killed in combat. But one document says they were killed by friendly fire.
A federal judge has blocked some of the most controversial provisions of Arizona's new immigration law, which is due to take effect tomorrow. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Valeria Fernandez, a reporter with the project, Feet in Two Worlds.