There's a new James Bond book out, as anchor Lisa Mullins explains. This one's not written by Ian Fleming. It's written by author Sebastian Faulks to honor James Bond's creator. It's called "Devil May Care."
The authors Stephen Walt and John Mearsheimer have drawn fierce criticism in the US for their book, "The Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy,ï¿½ and some Jewish leaders have accused them of being anti-Semitic and anti-Israel
Narnia is the setting for a new film, but Narnia also figures in the latest case of cyber-squishing, and Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Gillian Ferguson of Edinburgh, Scotland who owns the domain name, "narnia.mobi,"
Author Cathy Buckle writes a weekly email letter to friends and family about living conditions in her country, Zimbabwe, and we read an excerpt from one of her recent letters called, "To Stay Safe, Stay Silent."
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Nova Scotia. Anchor Marco Werman speaks to a couple of Scotsmen who've been traveling through Nova Scotia recently, drumming up support for a celebration of Scottish poet Robert Burns.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Salman Rushdie about his new novel, 'The Enchantress of Florence,' and with The World's book critic, Christopher Merrill. Rushdie's 1981 novel, 'Midnight's Children,' has just won the Best of the Booker Prize award.