Here and Now
Clowns Without Borders is trying to spread laughter among the tent cities and makeshift hospitals of post-earthquake Haiti.
Are U.S. Senators doing the formaldehyde industry's bidding?
Instead of pouring aid into poverty-stricken countries like Haiti, Stanford economist Paul Romer thinks building new "charter cities" is a better option.
Medical rights for gay couples expanded with President Obama's recently announced rules changes aimed at hospital visiting rights.
Unrest in the Central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan may endanger a US military base key to operations in Afghanistan.
Rise in eating disorders in young people in Spain prompts ban of TV advertising of beauty products and treatments.
How supernormal stimuli combined with human instincts developed over hundreds of years results in overindulgence and addictions.
Rounder helped launch Alison Krauss and George Thorogood and the Destroyers, and also preserved a wealth of folk culture.
Yuriko's journey from a WWII Japanese internment camp to the world's stages as lauded dancer with the Martha Graham Dance Company.
Modest jobs bill moves forward in Senate, thanks to a rare bit of bi-partisanship.