North Korea's best designers likely working up a whole new iconography for their likely next leader, Kim Jong-un. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Orville Schell, who directs the Center on US-China relations at the Asia Society in New York.
A new television show is changing the way many Iranians watch news. Some call it the Iranian version of the Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Its name in Persian is Parazit (Static). Mitra Taj reports on its rising popularity both in Iran and abroad.
A former Swiss banker facing charges back home says he has details on 2,000 account holders who allegedly are evading taxes. The former banker says he wants to reveal all, but he's doing it through WikiLeaks. The World's Laura Lynch reports from London.
Host Marco Werman talks with Aya Watanabe who has been translating tweets by people affected by the earthquake in Japan. The tweets were originally collected by a Tokyo blogger who wanted to offer his readers hope.
Iran's conservative Fars News Agency initially denied that Rouhani has a Twitter account but journalist and Middle East scholar Robin Wright has confirmed that Rouhani has both an English and Farsi Twitter account.