The Oxford English Dictionary is embarking on a complete revision, and Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Charlotte Brewer, author of "Treasure-House of the Language: The Living OED,ï¿½ who explains the challenge of keeping the mammoth dictionary up-to-date.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Erin Potts and Deyden Tethong, partners at Air Traffic Control - a group that connects musicians to movements for social change; Potts was one of the organizers of the Tibetan Freedom Concerts held in the 90's.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on how people in Taiwan view the U.S. presidential election, as many Taiwanese base their judgment on the current candidates on how past Republican or Democratic presidents have dealt with Taiwan.
Darfur activists groups say their IT infrastructures - emails and websites - have recently come under attack, and The World's Clark Boyd reports that it appears the attacks are coming from China.
The World's Aaron Schachter reports from Beirut on the spectacle of Lebanese weddings, as many Lebanese couples are willing to spend big, making a point of enjoying the big day despite the country's unstable politics and poverty.
Marco Werman profiles the Russian rock group, Auktyon. The band has just released it's first CD in 12 years called, "Girls Sing".
The answer to today's Geo Quiz - name the country that designed Dextre, the new robot at the International Space Station - is Canada.
U.S. deaths in Iraq reached 4,000 today; the White House called it a "somber moment,ï¿½ as Anchor Marco Werman speaks to the BBC's Adam Brooks in Baghdad.
The World's Katy Clark reports on the difficulty in collecting accurate information about the number of Iraqi civilians killed during the course of the war.
Vice President Dick Cheney is the latest in a wave of senior U.S. officials who've traveled to the Middle East, and topping their agenda has been the Bush Administration's support for the Israeli-Palestinian peace process