To many Kenyans, the students killed in a massacre on a college campus last week were their country's best and brightest. On the last day of the official period of mourning, Kenyans gathered in Nairobi to honor the victims and ensure they are not forgotten.
Kenya's Chief Justice Willy Mutunga said he and other judges have been threatened with "dire consequences" if courts bar presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta from running in the country's upcoming elections.
Government ministers in Kenya are being ordered to turn in their Mercedes for more efficient Volkswagons. The BBC's Jonah Fisher tells anchor Katy Clark that so far, the idea hasn't gained much traction.
Safari tourism in Africa is changing. Tracking down big game is still central, but more and more tourists are also involved with conservation and helping local communities. Correspondent Jake Warga reports.
Kenya's most economically important lake is known for its scenic beauty and wildlife. The World's Anders Kelto reports the lake is also part of a booming agricultural and fishing economy that's threatening to tilt the delicate ecological balance.
Fifteen years ago today al-Qaeda bombed the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. Over 200 died; thousands were wounded. Anchor Aaron Schachter recalls the day with John Lange who was acting ambassador to Tanzania.
Livestock and cities don't often go together. Derided as causing diseases, or car accidents, there are often rules against keeping them in urban areas. But there's a movement to allow urban farming and it's changing lives in one African city in Kenya.