Religion and politics clash in Turkey, where the ruling Justice and Development Party is rooted in Islam but they say they don't have an Islamic agenda
The answer to our Geo Quiz is Baltra Island, a small flat island near the center of Ecuador's Galapagos Islands. Baltra will be home to a new "green" airport.
Celebrated Brazilian singer-songwriter Gilberto Gil has a new album out in which he addresses means of communication around the world.
A suicide car bombing in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killed more than forty people. Eyewitnesses described the horrific scene after the blast.
The Kabul bombing adds tension to the already-strained relationship between Afghanistan and its neighbor, Pakistan, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.
A summit of the G8, a grouping of the globe's leading industrialized countries, is underway in Japan, but some still question Russia's membership in the group, as The World's Alex Gallafent reports.
Today Prime Minister Gordon Brown urged Britons to waste less food, and Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Paul Roberts, author of "The End of Food," on how the food we waste contributes to higher food costs around the globe.
Soap operas are a popular form of entertainment in South Korea and they're also hot on the North Korean black market, in the form of DVDs, a development which worries the North Korean government
Lorne Matalon reports on a series of policy reversals by Venezuela's president Hugo Ch-vez: critics say the reversals show that Ch-vez is struggling, but Ch-vez appears to be shifting positions to consolidate his support among voters in Venezuela.