There's a new flood barrier in Venice known as the Moses project, which is holding back the waters, and it's also creating a haven for marine life, but some environmentalists say it's doing damage
Residents in Zimbabwe are anxiously awaiting results from Saturday's presidential election, and so are hundreds of thousands of Zimbabweans in exile, as Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with one ex-pat, Violet Gonda, a radio journalist in California.
This week's NATO summit in the Romanian capital Bucharest is a major event for Romanians: they're thrilled to be counted as a NATO member, but they feel that the West treats them like second-class citizens
Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John McCain each say they don't think much of the Bush administration's policy toward Russia, and all three say they'd take a harder line, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.
The World's Jason Margolis reports on today's hearing on Iraq before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, as the committee heard a bleak assessment of the security situation in Iraq.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Michele Flournoy, a former Defense Department official and one of the experts who testified on Iraq before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Reporter Matt Sepic reports that a DNA sample from a Bosnian refugee in Missouri helped authorities identify the body of the man's father; he was killed during the war in Bosnia and was buried in a mass grave.
The World's Alex Gallafent reports that Hollywood refuses to give up on Russian villains; film makers looked for new villains after the Cold War ended but now it's clear that Hollywood's fascination with Russian villains is not over.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with reporter Laura Lynch in Zimbabwe about today's claim by the opposition MDC party that its candidate had won the presidential election held Saturday
Host Marco Werman introduces us to the music of Israeli-born guitarist, Yoav. The guitarist's latest album is titled, "Charmed and Strange".