American television may be doing more to fight violent extremists than American propaganda.
After Somali pirates captured two people, a Somali refugee from London stepped up and helped negotiate their release.
A restaurant in India serves free food to the poor, but manages to eke out a small profit, too.
A new organization, "HarassMap," will combat sexual harassment in Egypt by enabling women to instantly report attacks.
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.
The British Standards Institution commented on new international guidelines to ensure companies act in sustainable and socially responsible ways.
An American expat sets out on a difficult undertaking: to open a business in Ukraine without paying any bribes.
Chinese exports are finding new and lucrative markets around the world, and Chinese car companies have started getting in on the action.
A new teaching program in South Africa encourages reading and math skills using students' cell phones.
Forget Arizona. Prince William County in Northern Virginia may be the model for strict immigration reform.