Today's Geo Quiz asked listeners to name the U.S. location of the "Knife Throwers' Hall of Fame." The answer is Austin, Texas, as The World's David Leveille explains.
The World's April Peavey reports on a British band that is being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They are "The Dave Clark Five" and they were once considered London's answer to The Beatles.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks to the BBC's Hugh Sykes in Baghdad about a series of attacks in Iraq today; one of those attacks involved a suicide bomber who killed five U.S. soldiers on patrol in the Iraqi capital.
Reporter Matt Gutman reports on the relative calm that's followed last week's spike in violence between Israelis and Palestinians in Gaza.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on Chinese lawyers who dare to take on the government in human rights cases; one of them was recently detained for questioning by Chinese authorities, and then let go.
The World's Aaron Schachter reports on the first year of what many ski fans hope will become an annual event in Lebanon -- a cross-country skiing competition modeled on a famous Swiss cross-country ski race.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Richard Owen of The Times of London who's covering a new, updated list of deadly sins put out by the Vatican.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Latin America expert Michael Shifter about the now-resolved crisis between Colombia and its neighbors Venezuela and Ecuador; Shifter says the crisis ended when Colombia and Venezuela essentially check-mated each other.
Ruxandra Guidi reports on Bolivia's "Coca Yes -- Cocaine No" policy; it's the brainchild of Bolivian president and former coca-grower Evo Morales, and the policy seeks to promote legal use of coca leaves
The World's Julia Kumari Drapkin reports that supplies of hops and malted barley are running short of global demand, which is bad news for the price of beer.