Donald Trump and Bobby Jindal appear to be running away from their parents' immigrant roots. However, Marco Rubio's mom once told him: "They’re human beings just like us, and they came for the same reasons we came."
A wave of migrants from the Mediterranean meets a hostile reception from many Americans. The migrants are seen as alien in religion, culture, politics, law. So different in fact that some Americans argue that they can never be assimilated. They are the Italians, in the 1890s.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Richard Owen, correspondent for the Times of London, about reports that the Vatican has rejected at least three of Barack Obama's picks for U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican. One of those on the list was reportedly Caroline Kennedy. The Vatican denies the reports.
Anchor Marco Werman reports on the life and work of Italian sociologist Maurizio Montalbini, who died last week at the age of 56. Montalbini spent months at a time living alone in caves to study the effects of isolation.
Uncollected trash was piled high throughout Naples, Italy two years ago. Now the unsorted waste is stored in huge dumps outside the city. And it may be causing health problems. Correspondent Megan Williams reports from Caserta outside Naples.