Anchor Marco Werman speaks with BBC security correspondent Jonathan Marcus about the ongoing nuclear talks with Iran. There's concern that Iran may be backing away from a proposed deal to ship its enriched uranium to other countries for processing.
Hillary Clinton met with her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Moscow. At a joint news conference, the two said that there has been considerable progress to reduce their nuclear arsenals. The World's Matthew Bell takes a closer look.
Today, Barack Obama became the third sitting U.S. President to win the Nobel Peace Prize. We'll gauge international reaction to the announcement and the World's Jeb Sharp puts it into historical perspective.
Obama's win certainly surprised Britain's Ladbrokes betting company. Obama was a long shot compared to favorites like = Morgan Tsvangirai, Piedad Cordoba and Hu Jia. So what was the pay-out? We ask Robin Hutchinson, a spokesman for Ladbrokes.
America's nuclear fears from the Cold War haven't necessarily gone awayï¿½but they have been modernized. The World's Alex Gallafent examines US fears of a nuclear attack in the shadow of September 11th.
Iranian media announced today successful tests of missiles which are capable of reaching Israel and American bases in the Gulf, this after revelations of a secret nuclear enrichment program. Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with Charles Duelfer.
Iran has revealed it's developing a second uranium enrichment plant. Until now it's acknowledged only one. President Obama called on Tehran today to open the facility international inspectors. The World's Katy Clark has the story.
The World's Jeb Sharp looks back at some key moments in the formation of North Korea's nuclear program. It became visible to the world in the 1980s, but its origins go back to the 1950s and the politics of the Cold War.
It's been nearly five days since North Korea claimed it tested a nuclear weapon. But the talks at the United Nations over how to respond have not yet produced a decision. The World's Katy Clark reports.
Two American journalists are home safe and sound after nearly five months in North Korean captivity. The World's Matthew Bell looks at how Mr. Clinton's mission differed from that of former President Jimmy Carter's 1994 visit to North Korea.
A defiant Mahmoud Ahmedinejad was inaugurated for another term as Iran's president today as protesters clashed with security forces again. The World's Jeb Sharp examines the challenges ahead for Ahmedinejad.