Today Scots will decide whether or not to be independent from Britain. With more than 95% of eligible voters registered to vote, it is expected to be a close call. We'll discuss what this could mean for Scotland, with Scottish-Chicagoan Euan Hague.
Scottish voters will decide in September whether or not they want to continue to be a part of the United Kingdom. Edward Luce, Washington columnist for the Financial Times walks us through the arguments for and against independence.
We examine the fallout from massive protests marking a year in power for Muhammad Morsi of Egypt. Then, Howard Learner provides insight into Barack Obama's speech on climate change. Also, a personal look at the push for independence in Scotland.