Even though Australia is a member of the British commonwealth and its chief of state is Queen Elizabeth II,Australia's law making power lies with its parliament.
And that parliament, not Australian voters, decides who the country's leader will be.
It just decided on a new one.
Former Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull was sworn in yesterday as Australian's 29th prime minister.
He's replacing former leader, Tony Abbott.
While many citizens are concerned about Australia's slowing economy, Prime Minister Turnbull will have the additional challenge of stabilizing the country's leadership.
He's Australia's fourth prime minister in a little more than two years.
Well, it's time for the call of the roll.
And it's the first time we've ever called roll in Nepal.
The town of Jawalakhel is not far from the capital of Kathmandu.
And it's there that the students of St. Xavier School are watching.
Great to see you.
And hello to the Panthers of Mars Hill, Maine.
We've got Central Aroostook High School on today from the Pine Tree State.
And right next door, in New Hampshire, it's great to see the Tigers.
Indian River School in Canaan is on our roll.
In the U.S. state of Iowa, the population is about 5 1/2 percent Hispanic or Latino, just over 3 percent African-American, 2 percent Asian, and more than 92 percent white.
In Iowa City, where you'll find the University of Iowa, it might come as a surprise to learn that bubble tea shops, which are hugely popular in East Asia, outnumber Starbuck coffee houses 3-1.
It's part of a changing campus culture that's part class, part economics and all opportunity.
We're sitting out here in the middle of Iowa, which as you night guess is not one of the most diverse places in the world.
It's been really interesting to see how many international students attend Iowa now.
And of the undergraduates, a vast majority are from China.
An American student who's coming from rural Iowa or smaller town in Iowa, they might not interact with not only any international people, or just any minorities at all.
I think people love the idea of diversity or of growing globalization.
But it's hard and messy sometimes.
My name is Yuhao Chen and I'm from China.
After coming from like a huge, it's a pretty big shock for me.
In my kind of imagination, Iowa was like a corn place, where people just eat corn.
My parents didn't have like chance to come to the United States.
So, they really want me to come.
I watch a lot of American movies, Hollywood movies.
I really want to get closer to American culture.
In 2007, there are about 100 Chinese undergraduate students here.
Now, there's close to 3,000.