The World reporters Jason Margolis and Arun Rath join our partners at NOVA to discuss the future of unmanned aerial vehicles for both military and civilian use.
Talk of harassment and violence in India has prompted discussions among South Asian immigrants about how that violence is sometimes exported to the United States.
Subways around the globe are often where remarkable travel memories take place. We want to know your subterranean tale, whether it’s about the London Underground or about any other the world’s subway systems.
As millions of more Chinese enter the middle class, many are demanding a key passport to that lifestyle: a car. Millions throughout the developing world have the same demand. The world can’t sustain this. One possible solution: car sharing.
After a 10-year musical silence David Bowie is back. Early this morning he released a new single and video online. A new album is on its way in February. The news comes on the British singer’s 66th birthday.
Reporter Steve Dolinsky samples the best Cuban sandwich in “Little Havana,” Florida and gives his recommendations.
The cassette tape has basically taken its place alongside the 8-track tape, and essentially vanished into the audio abyss. Almost. In Britain, there’s one group that still relies on the trusty cassette — the police.
A new book claims that Britain has invaded more countries than any other. In fact, according to “All the Countries We’ve Ever Invaded: And the Few We Never Got Round To”, by Stuart Laycock, there are only 22 nations which never suffered British attack. Anchor Aaron Schachter discusses the claim with the World’s News Editor and resident history buff, Chris Woolf.
Foreign policy issues are expected to come up at Thursday’s vice-presidential debate between Paul Ryan and Joe Biden. Anchor Marco Werman explores the foreign policy credentials of both candidates with James Traub, a fellow at the Center on International Cooperation, and Ted Bromund, a senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Following yesterday’s interview with food consumer writer Mitch Lipka, anchor Lisa Mullins combs through some of your thoughts on food products from China.
Marco Werman interviews Rebecca Hamilton, about her new book Fighting for Darfur: Public Action and the Struggle to Stop Genocide. Download MP3
In his State of the Union address, President Obama told Americans that “the first step in winning the future is encouraging American innovation.” The President said, maintaining leadership “in research and technology is crucial to America’s success.” What do you think? What’s your take on how America can win the future? Post your comments here
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