Biologists at the University of Washington in Seattle have discovered a new fish in Indonesia they suspect could be tens of millions of years old. Anchor Marco Werman has details.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks to the leader of the group Tumi and the Volume. Tumi is from South Africa. He writes lyrics that promote political awareness and hopefully bring about positive change in South Africa.
Hillary Clinton promised U.S. support for rebuilding Gaza today, pledging $ 900 million in aid. But it's not clear how the U.S. will deliver this aid with Hamas in power and an Israeli blockade still in effect.
Faced with high unemployment the German government encourages young people - with cash payments - to move abroad to work. The World's Gerry Hadden examines the program.
Lisa Mullins speaks with economist Simon Johnson about the impact of the global financial crisis on Eastern Europe.
Despite condemnation from the Catholic Church and the Mexican government, two million people gather on the first of every month to pray to Santa Muerte - translated as the Saint of Death. Lorne Matalon reports on this growing cult from Mexico City.
The U.S. has not had diplomatic relations with Iran in thirty years. Exchanges do happen occasionally though.
Journalist Roxana Saberi was detained in Iran on January 31st and has not been heard from since February 10th.
The U.S. is looking to big defense firms to achieve its strategic goals abroad. So companies that make military planes are now training peacekeepers. Host Lisa Mullins speaks with August Cole, the defense industry reporter with The Wall Street Journal.
Computer voting systems have, so far, proved to be erratic and unreliable. Cyrus Farivar reports on a Belgian system of electronic voting that is supposed to be immune from fraud.