Reporter Irwin Loy reports on the dividing line in a flooded part of Thailand's capital, Bangkok.
Some of those stranded in Thailand's calamitous floods are family pets. A group of volunteers has been heading into flooded Bangkok neighborhoods, rescuing frantic cats and dogs.
Thailand's government says the worst of the flooding there is over. But people who live in submerged parts of Bangkok say they don't trust the government's pronouncements.
The US said this week, if Myanmar showed concrete progress on issues like political prisoners, it would respond.
More and more North Koreans are using the underground railroad along the Mekong River to reach Thailand in their journey to defect to the South.
Thaksin Shinawatra's sister was elected as the first female prime minister of the country.
The general elections this weekend are unlikely to help bridge a divided country.
Debate ensues over Laos's plans to build hydroelectric dam on the lower Mekong river.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with reporter Irwin Loy in Bangkok about a Thai-American blogger who has been arrested on charges of insulting Thailand's king.