The Japanese government has decided to change the way it interprets Article 9 of the constitution. Before, Japan was only allowed to defend itself. Now it can also defend friends and allies under attack. We'll find out what's behind the shift in policy.
At least 14 people were killed over the weekend in India in attempts to disrupt voting. Along with violence, the election process has been rocked by a scandal surrounding a top candidate for prime minister. We'll get an update from India expert, Sumit Ganguly.
Human Rights Watch Egypt Director Heba Morayef weighs in on violence against protesters. We find out what is behind rising obesity rates in Mexico. 'Sound Opinions' assistant producer Annie Minoff highlights some of the similarities and differences in music industries around the globe.
Since the 1893 Columbian Exposition, Chicago has maintained The Garden of the Phoenix in Jackson Park as a place where visitors can learn about Japan and experience Japanese culture. 120 years later, the garden is an enduring symbol of collaboration and diplomacy between Chicago and Japan.