Even before the first detainee arrived at the US base in Guantanamo, Cuba, Miami Herald reporter Carol Rosenberg was on the story. After 13 years on the job, Rosenberg reflects on how the detention center came to be, snapshots of life there, and what Guantanmo was like for the five Taliban leaders recently swapped for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
Iraq was a major theme of President Bush's State of the Union speech last night, and Anchor Lisa Mullins discusses the president's vision of Iraq's future with Thomas Donnelly, of the American Enterprise Institute
The World's Matthew Bell reports on global reaction to the latest indications that the US economy is in a recession, as stock markets around the world stumbled today following news of a buyout of the Wall Street firm Bear Stearns.
President Bush was in London today, and during a joint news conference with the British prime minister, Mr. Bush was asked if he backed the Afghan president's threat to send troops into Pakistan to battle militants there
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Pakistani journalist Saeed Minhas, about his experience covering the U.S. election. Like many Pakistanis, Minhas is wondering what a new president in the White House will mean for his country.
The World's Matthew Bell examines international reaction to Washington's rescue package for America's auto industry. The Bush administration today announced 17 billion dollars worth of emergency loans for GM and Chrysler.
Germany's southern region of Bavaria is known more for its oompah bands than for dance music. But one local brass band is finding the funk in their old-style Bavarian roots. Reporter Valerie Hamilton introduces us to LaBrassBanda.