'The Wave' follows big wave surfers, mariners and scientists who have encountered huge waves and have lived to tell the tale.
In a rare interview while under house arrest in London, Assange spoke about about information's role in democracy and Wikileaks' role in the Arab Spring uprisings.
Civic clubs like Rotary International, Lions Club and Toastmasters may be in their sunset years in the US, but they're on the rise abroad.
Conservation International used hidden cameras to collect 52,000 images of mammals in the wild from Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia.
Globalization has transformed some fish processing plants in Alaska, where most of the workers now are foreign students.
There have been 81 thefts of Rembrandts in the past 100 years -- the Dutch artist is the second most stolen artist in history, behind Picasso.
Palestine goes to United Nations in September to seek recognition as a state, but US may veto any resolution on Palestinian statehood.
The Motorola purchase is expected to give Google's Android phone the patents it needs to compete against the Apple iPhone.
How Mario Bros changed the face of gaming, and why it continues to be a huge presence after 30 years.
With every major stock index in Europe and the US down at mid-day, President Obama went on air to assure the world, 'our credit is triple-A.'