As NATO warns civilians of plans for a big offensive in southern Afghanistan, Taliban fighters dig in for a fight.
The Euro is weak as Greece, Spain and Portugal struggle to revive their economies -- how this impacts the US.
Former British PM Tony Blair denies striking "covert" deal to invade Iraq and says he has no regrets about decisions.
Advocacy groups call for lenders to forgive Haiti's $1 billion dollar debt as it struggles to recover from this month's devastating earthquake.
Karzai advisor, Omar Zakhilwal, lays out conditions for reintegration of Taliban and outlook for Afghan security.
Broadway has brought figures like Jesus and Thomas Jefferson to the stage; Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti is the latest.
There's a worldwide shortage of organs for transplants, and some countries are offering controversial incentives to increase donations.
China makes 70 percent of the world’s violins, and the country is nurturing a new generation of master violin-makers.
Many Haitians turned to local radio as a way to get and share information as communications are still disrupted in Haiti.
While Germany and France emerge from recession, Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain -- the so-called PIIGS -- could sink further.