This weekend will mark the 40th anniversary of the My Lai Massacre which refers to the killing of hundreds of civilians by U.S. soldiers in the Vietnamese village of My Lai in March 1968
Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Senator Jim Webb of Virginia about his proposal to expand the educational benefits given to veterans; the original GI Bill sent millions of veterans to college
Anchor Katy Clark reports that the president of Dartmouth College in New Hampshire is moving ahead with his own plan to help veterans make it back to school;
For today's Geo Quiz we are asking for the name of a city in Canada that's been nicknamed "the capital of Google Earth." The answer is Nanaimo, British Columbia. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with the city's chief technology officer, Per Kristensen.
The World's Marco Werman profiles two musicians who are taking part in the annual South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. Dutch blues guitarist Joep Pelt and blues guitarist Lobi Traore from Mali recorded a CD together.
The World's Quil Lawrence reports that the economy is a major issue for voters in Iran which is holding parliamentary elections on Friday; Iran's ruling conservatives are expected to win
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with political scientist Louise Richardson about a new strategy used by the terrorist group al Qaeda
Ben Gilbert reports on MTV Arabia, a new music television channel based in the United Arab Emirates which offers a wide variety of content
The World's Gerry Hadden reports that the European Union today warned that rising global temperatures could create waves of what it calls "climate refugees."
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Melissa Farley, director of the non-profit group "Prostitution Research and Education," about the prostitution scandal that led New York Governor Elliot Spitzer to resign -- and about prostitution laws around the world.