Lawmakers in Italy are not pleased with a new fingerprint voting system in parliament because... they have to actually be there to cast their vote.
Lisa Mullins hears from BBC Sports reporter Alex Capstick about how an English goalie used his iPod to help win an important soccer match.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the British overseas territory of Bermuda. 400 years ago this island in the North Atlantic off the east coast of the U.S. was an important way station for ships voyaging to the New World. It was also the scene of an important shipwreck, one that probably inspired Shakespeare to write The Tempest. British writer Simon Winchester sends us an audio postcard from Bermuda.
The World's Aaron Schachter profiles a young rapper from Pakistan. 18-year-old Adil Omar is making a name for himself around the world, and on the Internet.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown had lunch at the White House today. British and American leaders have often referred to a special relationship between their two countries. Matthew Bell looks how the economic meltdown is affecting that friendship.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Time magazine's business and economics columnist, Justin Fox, about the places around the world hardest hit by the financial crisis.
Delhi-based economic journalist Paranjoy Guha Thakurtha tells anchor Lisa Mullins why India's economy is managing some growth while many neighboring economies are slipping.
General Motors and Chrysler produce nearly a quarter of their North American vehicles in Ontario. So they're asking Canadian taxpayers to pitch in almost a quarter of the money that the companies say they need to stay afloat. Jason Margolis has more.
Thrifty folk in England are packing their cars with unwanted stuff and carting it off to flea markets, to sell from their trunks - or boots - as they're called there. Tracey Hobson, organizer of a car boot sale in London, sends this audio postcard.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with Israeli leaders in Jerusalem today. Clinton stressed that Israel could count on continued support from the US, but also said the Obama Administration will work hard towards an independent Palestinian state.