Here and Now
Bank study rebukes President Obama's $75 billion plan that encourages banks to lower mortgages for people facing foreclosure.
MIT researcher says constant texting is causing anxiety, sleep and relationship problems in teenagers.
Thembi Ngubane documented her battle with AIDS in audio diaries -- she recently died of complications from AIDS-related tuberculosis.
Imagine if in addition to making calls and snapping photos, cell phones could measure air pollution or pollen levels.
The new film "Food Inc" attempts to show Americans the stories behind the food on their plates.
Some Massachusetts residents turn to bartering due to tight finances, and they're getting creative with what they're trading.
Rifts within the ruling parties and the theory that the election may have been rigged to oust Iran's ruling clerics.
As the generational composition of the workforce changes, the workplace as we know it will change along with it.
Nepal is one of the poorest countries and healthcare is a major challenge, but one doctor hopes to improve conditions for women there.
Once fueled by great stores of natural resources and ensuing investment, Indonesia is once again suffering the effects of a harsh economy.