3:13pm

Wed November 27, 2013
Station News & Events

Today's Big Story on The World

American B-52 bombers have flown into Chinese airspace after China said they couldn't. It's the latest wrinkle in the ongoing dispute over some disputed islands that sit between China, Japan and Taiwan. The World's Matthew Bell tells you what the fuss is all about.

Also, Richard Young is the managing director of NFL China. His goal is to get the Chinese to warm up to the pigskin. Marco asks Young about the challenges, AND the cash to be made if the game becomes a success.

Plus, you can skip the Pillsbury dinner roll this year and go for a French baguette. But choose wisely. Not all baguettes are the same. Marco talks with Andrew Janjigian of Cooks Illustrated about the secrets to baking the perfect french baguette.

And, The World's Alex Gallafent visits Chef Einat Admony  who has just released her first cookbook, which is named after her restaurant, Balaboosta. She shares one of her father's favorite recipes from Yemen.