Oil from the BP disaster is encroaching on the lives of indigenous people in Louisiana, and five Ecuadorian tribes are offering their advice.
Epidemiologists claim that a new, aggressive plan could stop the AIDS epidemic in 5 years. Critics say it could put people in danger.
Celebrity stylist Jawed Habib is creating a hair cutting empire in India.
Now that Liberia's 14 year civil war is over, a fair-trade clothing factory is growing in the country's capital Monrovia.
World governments are trying to figure out how to defend themselves against cyber-warfare, and Estonia leads the way.
Canada's top spy has accused his country's politicians of cozying up to the Chinese government. Many are now crying foul.
The film "Obama Anak Menteng," or "Obama the Menteng Kid," is giving Indonesian audiences a fictionalized window in to the President's formative years.
The Playpump was designed to be a fun way to bring water to African children. The reality has many questioning how organizations can help developing nations.
Technology is making it easy for Americans to see tons of films from the rest of the world. Getting them to watch, however, is a challenge.
A small town in northwest Venezuela was instrumental in the creation of a genetic test for Huntington's disease. That test remains out-of-reach for the town's residents.