Full story - May 01, 2008
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Hassan Fattah about an English newspaper that's just hit newsstands in Abu Dhabi; Fattah, a former New York Times Correspondent, is deputy editor of "The National."
Full story - May 01, 2008
The World's Katy Clark updates us on Iraq War veteran Damean Vlasak's quest to earn a bachelor's degree back home in Massachusetts.
Full story - May 01, 2008
A group of writers delivered a letter today to China's United Nations mission in New York which urged the release of 39 Chinese writers and journalists believed to be imprisoned in China
Full story - May 01, 2008
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Sydney, Australia. Phil Mercer reports on a new exhibition on Sydney's raucous pub culture. The show just opened at the city's Justice and Police Museum.
Full story - May 01, 2008
The World's Gerry Hadden samples some of the music that fueled social change in 1968.
Full story - April 30, 2008
The World's Jeb Sharp reports on how the global food crisis and the rise in oil prices are affecting American farmers.
Full story - April 30, 2008
Host Lisa Mullins speaks with food journalist Michael Pollan who explains how the food we eat makes the journey from the field to our kitchens.
Full story - April 30, 2008
Ursula Lindsey reports from Cairo that Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak took action today to address the "bread crisis" in his country; Egypt is the world's second largest importer of wheat and has been hit hard by the increase in global food prices.
Full story - April 30, 2008
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with The World's Quil Lawrence about his new book, "Invisible Nation: How the Kurds' Quest for Statehood is shaping Iraq and the Middle East."
Full story - April 30, 2008
The World's Carol Hills reports on China's preparations for taking the Olympic torch all the way to the summit of Mt. Everest; China's state-run television began live broadcasts from the mountain today.=

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