An update on a story we aired last week about a TV commercial for Nando's chicken. The ad featured a lookalike of Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe. Nando's has pulled the ad because of threats to its staff by Mugabe loyalists.
A new TV ad from the South Africa-based chicken restaurant chain, Nando's, is prompting laughs and raising some eye brows. The ad features look-a-likes for a slew of tyrants from Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe to the late Muammar Gaddafi of Libya.
A Portland, Oregon native now living in Berlin wonders why in the world Germans would buy coffee from the Seattle-based Starbucks chain. As Miriam Widman reports, Starbucks is pledging more stores but isn't doing as well as they'd hoped.
We're not going to give you very long to guess today's Geo Quiz. Think Europe and think beer. In fact the country we're looking for thinks its beer is the best in the world. They believe this so strongly that they've bottled it, so to speak.
As fanboys have become fanmen, publishers are desperate to find new – and younger – readers. So this month, DC Comics – the home of Superman, Batman, and dozens of others – is overhauling its entire lineup of superheroes.
Our Geo Quiz today sent us searching for a group of Greek islands in the Ionian Sea. The answer is the Ionian Islands. One of those islands recently went up for sale. Anchor David Baron speaks with Chris Krolow, CEO of Private Islands Online.
Hedge funds are investing in big time divorce cases for spouses who think their exes have significant assets but can't afford to pay the legal fees to fight the case. And Laura attends 'divorce fair' giving helpful advice for divorcees.
A volcano in Iceland features in our Geo Quiz. It's been erupting for a few days now. So far, the volcano's spectacular displays of smoke and lava have mostly been a boon for tourism. Bjorn Eriksen manages a hotel within sight of the volcano.
One of Britain's biggest supermarkets has put webcams into its foreign clothing factories in an effort to reassure customers that its standards and working conditions are up to scratch. Anchor Marco Werman has details.
Burger King ads that will air on Arab TV channels across the Middle East poke fun at Americans' ignorance of Saudi Arabia. Anchor Marco Werman gets the story from Caryle Murphy, correspondent for the Global Post news service.
Arab nations are leading a 'historic' charge to make the world wide web live up to its name. Net regulator Icann has switched on a system that allows full web addresses that contain no Latin characters. Marco Werman has more.