The British press has said the Vancouver Winter Olympics are on pace to be the worst in Olympic history. How do people in Vancouver feel about that? We speak with Daphne Branham, a columnist with the Vancouver Sun.
A war of words among Gulf states is heating up over what to call that body of water. Arab states refer to it as the Arabian Gulf. Iran insists that it's the Persian Gulf. Marco Werman talks with Abbas Milani, the Director of Iranian Studies at Stanford.
Nobel Peace laureate Mohamed ElBaradei is the only possible credible presidential candidate that could run against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak in 2011. His candidacy has been attracting a lot of attention. Ursula Lindsey reports.
In the aftermath of last month's earthquake, rebuilding Haiti will likely take years. Designers and architects across the globe want to help. The World's Clark Boyd reports on ?Global Pecha Kucha Night for Haiti.?
On February 19th in 1942, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, interning approximately 120,000 Japanese-Americans. It affected thousands of Japanese living in Peru and in other countries of South America. Tyler Sipe reports.
The BBC's Alastair Leithead reports on Thailand's efforts to repatriate Hmong refugees to Laos. The refugees fear they will be persecuted because of their history of helping the US during the Vietnam War.