A group of Republican donors and fundraisers have sent a letter to GOP lawmakers in the House, urging them to "fix our broken immigration system." Anchor Carol Hills speaks with Lynn Tramonte, with the immigrant advocacy group America's Voice.
Maya Angelou was the first African-American to write a poem for a presidential inauguration in 1993. On Monday it was the turn of Richard Blanco, the first openly gay poet and the first Cuban-American to receive the honor.
Host Aaron Schachter is joined from London by The World's Marco Werman to pick apart some of Wednesday's international reaction to President Obama's re-election.
The World's Matthew Bell reports on how the outcome of the presidential vote in the US could impact Israel's own elections early next year.
Latino voters backed President Obama's re-election in big numbers. The result makes one thing abundantly clear: Republicans need to rethink their Latino outreach strategy. Anchor Aaron Schachter gets more on that from The World's Jason Margolis.
Colorado and Washington voted Tuesday to legalize marijuana for recreational use. That move might eventually cut into the profits of Mexican drug cartels, says Beau Kilmer, co-director of the Drug Policy Research Center at the Rand Corporation.
The damage done when Hurricane Sandy slammed into the immigrant neighborhood of Brighton Beach has hung around for voting day. Host Aaron Schachter talks with a poll watcher and an election coordinator at the Shorefront Jewish Community Center.
The World's Matthew Bell reports on the implications of the election for Israel, and on support there for both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
For a view on the US elections in Europe we spoke to Amy Bracken in Paris and Gerry Hadden in Barcelona.
We hear from The World's Anders Kelto is in Capetown, South Africa, for a look at how the US election is playing there.
In South Africa, there is a great respect and gratitude to the White House. This partly due to a program that helps to get medicine to HIV-AIDS patients. Some say the issue of who occupies the White House is less relevant to the future of their country.