Watch the full show from Friday, February 19: The inside story of a man who worked for the Iranian paramilitary forces and later faced their brutal tactics himself; strong criticism from China after Obama's meeting with the Dalai Lama; Niger's military takes power; and, a few moments of joy in Haiti as lost children re-unite with family.
Watch the full show from Thursday, February 18: U.S. and Afghan forces control key parts of the town, but the fight is far from over; President Obama welcomes the Dalai Lama while trying not to damage Sino-American relations; and, in South America, a new conflict between Britain and Argentina over offshore oil.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, February 17: The deepening mystery over who killed a top Palestinian militant in Dubai; in South America, new charges of human rights abuses by paramilitary groups in Colombia; and, the surprising family secrets of King Tut are revealed.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, February 16: A major development in the war in Afghanistan, as the Taliban's military chief is captured in Karachi; it's day four of the major offensive in Helmand province; a close-up view of how a Mexican village depends on U.S. economic strength; and, attack of the two-ton titans in India.
Watch the full show from Monday, February 15: From Afghanistan, day three of the biggest NATO offensive since 2001; in Ireland, the latest on that country's "dirty secret" about abuse by Catholic clergy; a special report about business in Cuba; and, an avant-garde art colony in Berlin.
Watch the full show from Friday, February 12: Mexico's president visits Ciudad Juarez, the country's murder capital, just miles from the U.S. border; one month after the earthquake, Haitians struggle for survival; and, the Olympic torch arrives in Vancouver for tonight's opening ceremonies.
Watch the full show from Thursday, February 11: Iran marks the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution with large demonstrations and an iron fist; twenty years after Nelson Mandela walked to freedom, a look at South Africa today; and, the challenges of guaranteeing security for Olympic athletes and spectators.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, February 10: From Haiti, the curse of corruption taints the food aid program; in Greece, unhappy workers take to the streets as the government considers a new austerity plan; and, a crackdown by the Iranian government in advance of tomorrow's anniversary.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, February 9: The latest roadblock from Toyota is the recall of hundreds of thousands of cars and a new apology; from Nigeria, new allegations that may implicate security forces in the killing of civilians during a battle with Islamic insurgents; and, an update on the Israeli electric car infrastructure.
Watch the full show from Monday, February 8: A defiant Iran moves ahead with plans for higher-level uranium enrichment, claiming it's for medical use; in Ukraine, the opposition candidate is the apparent election winner; an inside look at the battle for women's rights in Turkey; and, meet the Buddhist hip hop monk.