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."
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.
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
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.
The World's Gerry Hadden samples some of the music that fueled social change in 1968.
The World's Jeb Sharp reports on how the global food crisis and the rise in oil prices are affecting American farmers.
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.
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.
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."
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.=