Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Aaron David Miller, an advisor on the Middle East during the past five administrations and author of the book, The Much Too Promised Land: America's Elusive Search for Arab-Israeli Peace.
Whaling has largely been banned for almost 25 years but the moratorium is riddled with loopholes and contradictions. We'll talk with marine scientist Stephen Palumbi about those contradictions, and some the ethical issues.
On Friday Ben Gilbert reported from Afghanistan about an attack on an American and Afghan army patrol in the Paktia province. Now, Ben Gilbert accompanied the unit to talks with elders from the village where the patrol was attacked.
You might think authoritarian political regimes aren't very good for art. But Serbian rock star Rambo Amadeus says tyranny gives art purpose and energy. Now he says cultural life in Serbia has run out of steam. Matthew Brunwasser has today's global hit.
Correspondent Yuen Chan tells the story of a Chinese man whose life has followed the twist and turns of the tense relationship between China's Communists and the remnants of the Chinese Nationalist army.
In Germany, memory of the past is often painful: two world wars, the Holocaust, the Berlin Wall. Now, Germans are again thinking about how they remember these events. Writer Alissa Quart visited a couple of museums in Berlin.