The world's biggest investor in developing countries is no longer the World Bank. It's China.
Millions of Colombians have been forced off their land in the country's long civil war. Now some of those people are getting their land back.
Some US farmers say a steady supply of legal immigrants has become too unreliable, so they're moving to where many of the workers come from: Mexico.
Africa may have a new country soon, as South Sudan looks at seceding from the North, but the future of that region is anything but certain.
China's industrial growth is powered by coal but mining and burning the energy source is causing health problems across the nation.
As China's population ages, many consider overturning the country's controversial policy.
A new program aims to curb terrorism and fight the Taliban by teaching former Taliban fighters to make bread.
On the tiny Caribbean island of Aruba, the booming tourism industry turns an eye to its environmental impact.
A group accused of involvement in ongoing political violence and the drug trade in Pakistan has started clinics, schools and services for the poor in its community.
An American expat sets out on a difficult undertaking: to open a business in Ukraine without paying any bribes.