Watch the full show from Friday, February 5: The economic damage continues to spread, as southern Europe faces major debt woes; in Afghanistan, NATO commanders say they're on the verge of a major attack; more fallout from an American airstrike last September; and, millions of Japanese behold a city of ice in Sapporo.
Watch the full show from Thursday, February 4: Toyota's troubles grow deeper, as the Prius comes under fire; from France, more controversy over Muslim identity and what it means to be French; how tobacco companies are courting Indonesian smokers; and, a secret dream house in the U.K. may come tumbling down.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, February 3: In Iran, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says he's ready to cut a deal over nuclear program; from Britain, calls for more Alzheimer's research; in China, a modern-day Thomas Edison pioneers "knockoff" electric cars; and, in Bolivia, a look at the impact of global warming.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, February 2: Ten Americans remain in custody in Haiti, accused of trafficking children; a French court probes the 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde; some people believe the Jamaican government is encouraging anti-gay violence; and, a look at the Oscar nominees for Best Foreign Language Film.
Watch the full show from Monday, February 1: From Japan, growing outrage over the presence of American troops in Okinawa; in Haiti, the bizarre story of a group of American churchgoers arrested by local authorities; in Vietnam, things are starting to look a lot like America; and, sea turtles back from the brink in Australia.
Watch the full show from Friday, January 29: The war in Iraq -- a strong and unequivocal defense by Tony Blair; on an island paradise, secret talks on ending the war in Afghanistan; more than two weeks after Haiti's quake, the growing threat of disease; and, life among the penguins of Patagonia.
Watch the full show from Thursday, January 28: World leaders plot a roadmap in Afghanistan and pledge money to buy the loyalties of Taliban; locals in one Afghan region have created their own militia; a remarkable Indian woman provides hope to Dalits; and, newly discovered Mayan ruins help explain history.
Watch the full show from Wednesday, January 27: religious leaders in Yemen decry "foreign interference;" the U.S. and Russia move closer to a new deal to reduce nuclear arms; survivors remember the 65th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp; and, Avatar, the movie, plays in China.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, January 26: Britain barely pulls out of a recession; a new report warns that al-Qaeda is still plotting to use weapons of mass destruction against the U.S.; Muslim students in London come under increased scrutiny; and, a stand-up comic tells jokes in Pakistan.
Watch the full show from Monday, January 25: as the war in Afghanistan escalates, new efforts to bring the insurgent group into the political mix; millions of Afghan migrants cross the Iran border; drugs from Afghanistan stir a drug war in Iran; and, a female North Korean defector boxes her way up in South Korea.