This time of year, thousands travel from the US to Mexico to visit family, often by car. It can be a dangerous trip, given widespread drug war violence and high levels of crime on the highways of northern Mexico.
President Obama has nominated Senator John Kerry as his next Secretary of State. Kerry heads the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and is expected to win easy confirmation from his colleagues in the chamber.
Stories of terrorists have become recent fodder for Hollywood. Marco Werman speaks with Kamran Pasha, who helped create the series "Sleeper Cell" about an FBI agent assigned to infiltrate a terrorist sleeper cell.
With the increasing prevelance of drones, and the fact that they have killed both militants and civilians, some people are worried that a dangerous global drone arms race may be beginning. Scott Shane reports.
The Haggani network's latest attacks include a strike on the U.S. embassy in Kabul. We're joined by Christine Fair, assistant professor at the Center for Peace and Security Studies (Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service) at Georgetown University.
What will the U.S.'s role be in Libya's transition to a democracy? To help us understand the U.S.'s evolving role, we're speaking with Maryland Senator Ben Cardin. Cardin is a senior member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
A group of military veterans is barnstorming across America on a bus. The veterans are calling on US leaders to get the nation running on clean energy. The World's Jason Margolis took a ride on the bus.
President Barack Obama has succeeded in pushing through health care reform in the United States. But what does that domestic victory mean for his administration's foreign policy challenges? The World's Matthew Bell has that story.
Today, there are thousands of Haitians living in tent camps. Officials have declared 21 of those camps ï¿½high-risk.' They're likely to flood in the coming rainy season. And now, the rains are beginning. The World's Amy Bracken reports.
Russia's state-run TV did not initially tell viewers about Monday's bombings but news consumers did find ample live coverage of the attacks on the Web. Moscow based journalist Masha Gessen says Russians don't expect much from TV news.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Sarah Rainsford about the first funerals for those killed by the Moscow subway bombings, and about Russian President Dmitri Medvedev's call for tougher anti-terrorism measures.