Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with correspondent Kate Seelye about the strict rules that govern daily life in Saudi Arabia, and how some of those rules are being relaxed by the country's conservative rulers.
Anchor Lisa Mullins tells us about her recent trip to North Korea, where only a tiny part of the country is open to the rest of the world; it's a luxury resort, built for foreigners.
Today's Geo Quiz asks you to name the central Swiss town that gives its name to a famous cheese. The answer is the Swiss town of Gruyeres, producer of the well-known Gruyere cheese
The World's Clark Boyd profiles a Scottish band called "Amplifico".
Anchor Katy Clark speaks with The World's Mary Kay Magistad about the unrest in Tibet, where protesters burned cars and shops today in the Tibetan city of Lhasa
The World's Quil Lawrence reports from Tehran on today's Iranian parliamentary elections; the outcome is not in doubt, since the Iranian government barred hundreds of reformer candidates from running.
Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Jerald O'Kennard director of the Beverage Tasting Institute in Chicago, about a plan to officially expand the region of France where "champagne" with a capital "C" can be produced
Lorne Matalon reports on how Mexico's push to fight drug-trafficking is affecting the country's human rights record; Mexico's Army is taking the lead in this war on drugs, but critics say that's leading to human rights violations.
This weekend will mark the 40th anniversary of the My Lai Massacre which refers to the killing of hundreds of civilians by U.S. soldiers in the Vietnamese village of My Lai in March 1968
Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Senator Jim Webb of Virginia about his proposal to expand the educational benefits given to veterans; the original GI Bill sent millions of veterans to college