Latinos are heading to the polls in record numbers. Host Lisa Mullins discusses the Hispanic turnout with The World's Matthew Bell and Arturo Varges the executive director of NALEO, the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials.
Foreign policy has been an important issue in the U.S. presidential race. But how do U.S. troops on the front lines see the race?
The World's Katy Clark reports on why the absentee voting system doesn't well work for members of the U.S. military and what might be done to fix it.
Host Lisa Mullins speaks to Sandy Maisel of Colby College. Professor Maisel has studied electoral systems around the globe and tells us that few countries are envious of how Americans choose their leaders.
Host Lisa Mullins gets an update on the humanitarian situation in Congo from Erna Vangoor, who is in the eastern Congolese city of Goma for the humanitarian group Doctors without Borders.
You'd think that Europeans on the right side of the political spectrum would support the Republican candidate in the U.S. presidential election. But many support Barack Obama. The World's Gerry Hadden explains why that is.
Lisa Mullins speaks with Moises Naim, Editor-in-Chief of Foreign Policy Magazine, about how governments in other countries view the presidential candidates.
The Latino vote in Central Florida is very much up for grabs. The World's Jason Margolis visited one street in Tampa. On the north side, they love Obama. On the south, not so much.
The World's Aaron Schachter reports that Pakistani lawyers took to the streets today. They demanded that a Supreme Court justice removed by former president Pervez Musharraf a year ago be reinstated.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Tom Schnabel of station KCRW in Santa Monica, California, about the late Peruvian singer Yma Sumac. She was known to Americans in the 1950's as "The Nightingale of the Andes" and "The Peruvian Songbird."