Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was at the White House today for talks with President Obama. The meeting is designed to end a public rift created amid a tense showdown over Israeli settlement. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more.
A lot has been made of how bad the relationship is between the U-S and Israel. Some say it's a matter of chemistry between the Prime Minister and the President. But as The World's Carol Zall reports, relations come down to more than just chemistry.
A concrete barrier isolates Palestinians living in Bethlehem. But one Palestinian restaurant owner is putting it to use as a projection screen for World Cup broadcasts. The World's Matthew Bell has the story.
Iran's culture ministry handed out guidelines this week about what kind of haircuts to give their customers, and the list is not limited to Muslims. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Behzad Bolour for details.
Liberia's capital city, Monrovia, is swarming with young men who were former child soldiers in Liberia's civil war. A team of American researchers and Liberian social workers are researching how, and whether, the culture be transformed.
Today's Geo Quiz sent us searching for a city park in Canada that's bigger than Central Park; it had ANOTHER name long before European settlers arrived. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Chief Koxelton Sayem, chief of the Squamish Nation.
A Chinese-born American geologist accused by the Chinese government of dealing in state secrets was sentenced to eight years in prison today. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with University of Chicago geologist David Rowley.