After 20 people were infected with Ebola in Nigeria, the country has not seen a new case in 42 days. The World Health Organization has declared the country free of Ebola virus transmission. WHO's Incident Manager for Ebola in Nigeria tells us how they contained the virus.
Although Turkey's role in the fight against ISIS remains complicated, this week the country offered more assistance in training moderate Syrian rebels. We'll discuss Turkey's place in the actions against ISIS with political science professor Michael M. Gunter.
Muslim communities around the world have faced new Islamophobic legislation and discriminatory backlash following actions of the extremist group the Islamic State. A panel of experts tells their stories and discusses the kickback.
The month-long absence of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un prompted speculation about possible health issues or even a coup. We'll assess the various theories about why he was out of the public eye with historian Bruce Cumings.
Tensions are increasing in the South China Sea. China is building islands there and the U.S. is establishing a larger military presence in the Philippines. Journalist Howard French's joins us to discuss what's happening.
A federal judge has issued a timetable for when the government needs to release video recordings showing how a Guantánamo detainee was extracted from his cell and force-fed. We'll discuss the implications of the decision with attorney Brian Foster. He currently represents 16 detainees.