UN Deputy Special Envoy to Haiti, Dr. Paul Farmer, talks about how non-profits can help Haiti recover from the 2010 earthquake.
Bhutan intends to increase production of hydropower to keep up with growing energy needs and spur economic growth.
Business students are hoping to take advantage of the "sanitation value chain" to turn toilets into money making machines.
Global hedge funds are buying up huge tracts of land in Africa, hoping to make money off the commodity and food trade, and prominent US universities are taking part.
Digital Money or bitcoins could be changing the way that people do business.
Reports are appearing that Hosni Mubarak will be tried for the deaths of protesters.
Spain's youth is rising up in protest over unemployment. But the protests are different from those in Cairo and around the Arab world.
In the fight against Moammar Gadhafi, Libyan rebels are trying hard to use the media as a weapon. The task is proving difficult.
South Sudan is poised to become Africa’s newest nation, but NGOs will still provide basic services to almost 90 percent of the country.
After the protests in Tahrir Square, Egypt's Coptic Christians want a more equal voice in the new Egyptian government, too.