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."
Hundreds of migrants are sleeping in the rough in Italian train stations and on its border crossings. The stalled travelers are mainly migrants from north Africa who've survived a perilous journey by sea only to be turned back by new, tough restrictions in northern Europe.
The World's Gerry Hadden reports on the rise of anti-immigration feelings in Italy, as Italian politicians have reacted to a number of crimes blamed that were blamed on foreigners with proposals for an immigration crackdown.
You know it as extortion. In Palermo, Italy, it's called "pizzo" -- so-called 'insurance' from the Mafia. Now a group of shopkeepers have banded together to refuse payment. Nancy Greenleese reports from Palermo.
President Obama says Chrysler must finalize a partnership with Italian car company or face bankruptcy. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with auto industry analyst Anil Valsan about FIAT's transformation from the butt of jokes to Chrysler's potential savior.