Reporter Indira Lakshmanan watched the Sanders-Clinton debate Thursday night. And she has an interesting perspective on the campaign — having covered both Clinton's 2008 run for the presidency and her time as Secretary of State.
The World's Matthew Bell reports that foreign policy issues are on the table as Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama look for a win in tomorrow's big primaries in Texas and Ohio; during campaign stops in Ohio
What does outgoing president Vladimir Putin mean when he says that "A man should teach his own wife how to make cabbage soup"? Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with translator and interpreter Michele Berdy to find out
Spain holds elections this weekend, but today, both sides agreed to suspend last-minute campaigning following the assassination of a former politician in the Basque country, as The World's Gerry Hadden has more.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with author Brook Larmer about the upcoming democratic election in Bhutan - the country's first-ever; Larmer's article, "Bhutan's Enlightened Experiment," appears in this month's National Geographic.
Iran's parliamentary vote, set for this Friday, is expected to serve as a barometer of support for hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, but today the government disqualified hundreds of opposition candidates