Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Peter Hessler about National Geographic's special China issue; Hessler wrote several of the articles which focus on recent changes the country has gone through.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks to the BBC's Alistair Leithead about the threat posed by the Taliban in parts of Afghanistan, where Taliban forces have regrouped in sufficient numbers to pose an increasing threat to NATO-led forces in the country.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Jonah Fisher about China's plans to take the Olympic torch to the summit of Mt. Everest via Tibet
The answer is Krakow, Poland. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Adam Easton about Krakow's brand new Jewish cultural center. It's part of a renewed interest in Poland's Jewish communities, which were decimated by the Nazis during World War Two.
Anchor Marco Werman tells us about the Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas. During the 1980's, Compass Point was THE place to record for top musicians like the Rolling Stones, Dire Straits and the Talking Heads.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with New York Times reporter Barry Bearak about his detainment in Zimbabwe: Bearak was detained for covering Zimbabwe's elections without official government permission
The World's Julia Kumari Drapkin explains how satellite images can be used to help protect the world's forests and wildlife.
Host Lisa Mullins gets the latest on fighting in the Sadr City area in Baghdad from the BBC's Clive Myrie, as Shiite militias took advantage of a sandstorm that hit the capital yesterday to step-up their attacks.
The World's Aaron Schachter reports on the flight of Iraqi Christians toward Lebanon: Iraq's Chaldian Christians were free to worship, and live as regular citizens under Saddam Hussein
Host Lisa Mullins speaks with adoption advocate Linh Song about Vietnam's announcement today that it will not renew its adoption agreement with the United States; the decision follows U.S. accusations of corruption in Vietnam's adoption system.