The EU is placing new sanctions on travel companies helping to transport migrants to Belarus. Also, American journalist Danny Fenster, who was sentenced to 11 years in prison, has been released by the military junta in Myanmar. And, Austria imposes a lockdown on people who are not vaccinated against COVID-19.
What could funding cuts mean for the US at the United Nations? A former ambassador explains.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt is back from his controversial trip to North Korea. He says he told North Korean leaders to loosen their restrictions on internet access in the recluse nation, or risk being left behind.
The United States Department criticized the decision of Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt and Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson to visit North Korea, just weeks after a controversial rocket launch took place there.
As one of his final acts in office, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson says he will pardon the man known as "Billy the Kid," delivering one of America's best known criminals the pardon he had anticipated for much of his life.
Bill Richardson, Tom Daschle, Nancy Kilefer, Tim Geithner, and now Hilda Solis. Does President Obama have a vetting problem? To answer that question we are joined by Kenneth Gross, a vetting expert who worked with President Bill Clinton.
Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico is no longer being considered for Secretary of Commerce in the Obama Administration. While Richardson said he has acted properly, the investigation could drag out the confirmation process when quick action is needed.