Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Caroline Mutoko, a morning talk show host for KISS-FM, a popular radio station in Nairobi, Kenya, who describes how ordinary Kenyans perceive the country's political crisis.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports that China is struggling to cope with disruptions caused by unusually heavy snowfalls.
Iraq was a major theme of President Bush's State of the Union speech last night, and Anchor Lisa Mullins discusses the president's vision of Iraq's future with Thomas Donnelly, of the American Enterprise Institute
The World's Quil Lawrence reports that the Winograd Commission, a commission appointed to investigate Israel's 2006 war with Lebanon is due to release its report tomorrow
Hadeel Al-Shalchi reports from Egypt's border with the Gaza Strip, where the border is still open in a couple of spots, but the deluge of Palestinians streaming across into Egypt has slowed down considerably.
US plans for a 700-mile fence along the US-Mexico border have hit a snag in Brownsville, Texas where dozens of property owners are refusing to open their land to surveying by the Department of Homeland Security
The answer to today's geo quiz is Israel. The country will soon celebrate its 60th anniversary. Officials there have invited remaining Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr to mark the occasion. The invitation comes 43 years after Israel refused to let the Beatles perform in the country. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Israeli journalist -- and Beatles fan -- Rachel Michaeli.
Scottish band, Shooglenifty has been playing good time roots music peppered with Scottish-isms for 17 years. Their latest CD, "Troots," is no exception. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets a lesson in translation.
Two large bombs exploded and killed more than 70 people in two crowded Iraqi animal markets today, as Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the latest from the BBC's Jonny Dymond in Baghdad.
37 countries have troops serving in Afghanistan and most are in the less volatile parts of the country