Anchor Marco Werman explains why the U.S. military has banned Google from making street-level video maps of U.S. military bases.
Phil Mercer reports that hundreds of thousands of people in Australia are worried they'll lose their homes soon, and that's because Australia is experiencing a mortgage crisis
The monarch butterflies of central Mexico are beginning their annual northern migration but this year, there may be a decline in the number making the trip, as Anchor Marco Werman speaks with butterfly expert Lincoln Brower
Spain holds elections this weekend, but today, both sides agreed to suspend last-minute campaigning following the assassination of a former politician in the Basque country, as The World's Gerry Hadden has more.
Ethnic Indians in Malaysia have long supported that country's ruling party but not this time around; on the eve of Malaysian elections, ethnic Indians are taking to the streets to protest discrimination
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with author Brook Larmer about the upcoming democratic election in Bhutan - the country's first-ever; Larmer's article, "Bhutan's Enlightened Experiment," appears in this month's National Geographic.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Nancy, France. It's the French city known as a center for Rococo art. A new exhibition featuring Rococo works is opening today at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the curators, Sarah Coffin and Ellen Lupton.
Anchors Marco Werman samples a new collection of songs from Nigeria. The CD is called, "Nigeria Special: Modern Highlife, Afro-Sounds & Nigerian Blues 1970-76."
The World's Quil Lawrence has the latest on today's shooting in Jerusalem, where two gunmen infiltrated a rabbinical seminary and opened fire, killing several at least six students there.
Correspondent Sheri Fink reports that health workers in Kenya are looking for ways to get back to healing after weeks of violence and mistrust among the country's various ethnic groups.