The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on today's national elections in Pakistan, where turnout is reported to have been low, as many voters appear to have been fearful of violence at the polls.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with The World's book critic Christopher Merrill about a novel set in East Pakistan, the part of Pakistan that declared its independence in 1971 as the new nation of Bangladesh.
The World's Katy Clark reports that the Bush Administration has made slow progress when it comes to Africom -- a US military command for Africa that's aimed at promoting development and security on the continent
The BBC's Dan Collyns reports from the Peruvian seaport of Pisco on efforts to rebuild -- 6 months after a devastating earthquake there; many residents were left homeless and are now having trouble getting government permission to rebuild.
The United States and several European countries today recognized Kosovo's independence from Serbia, but Russia and Serbia are bitterly opposed, as The World's Gerry Hadden has details.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with former Assistant Secretary of State James Rubin, who led several diplomatic missions to Kosovo as Assistant Secretary of State during the Clinton Administration.
Election officials expect a high turnout among young voters in tomorrow's Wisconsin presidential primary, and Reporter Brian Bull spoke to students at the University of Wisconsin and discovered that for many of those voters
We asked you to name a fictional Middle East country that exists only in the comic books. The answer is the fictional country of UMEC, an acronym that stands for "un-named Middle Eastern country."
The World's Clark Boyd profiles Irish rock band, Bell X1. The group is popular in Ireland, and now it's trying to break into the US music scene.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with paleontologist Paul Sereno from the University of Chicago about his discovery of a new kind of dinosaur fossil. The discovery took place in Africa's Sahara Desert -- which is the answer to today's Geo Quiz.