Egyptian-American Mona Iskander returns to Egypt where she was born and reports about how ordinary people including members of her own family are doing a year after Hosni Mubarak was swept from power.
Food stamps have become a political issue in the campaign, and Need to Know examines why a record number of Americans need help buying food every month.
Need to Know looks at the dilemma many students face: Skip college or rack up mountains of debt. Then we ask: Does going to college make you less religious?
As part of our “Help Wanted” series, Need to Know travels to Nevada on the eve of the GOP caucus to examine the state’s high rate of foreclosures.
Need to Know anchor Jeff Greenfield travels to Florida to see how candidates are balancing calls for entitlement reform with winning over seniors.
On the eve of the South Carolina primary, we look at African-Americans and voting power within the state.
Need to Know explores how the Republican candidates’ opposition to gay marriage will affect the outcome of the nomination fight and the general election.
How is Main Street doing? On the eve of the New Hampshire presidential primary, Need to Know visits Nashua and travels up and down that city’s Main Street to find out.
This week, Need to Know homes in on Iowa, where the all-important presidential caucuses will take place to set the stage for the 2012 campaigns ahead.