From Copenhagen to Afghanistan -- a look back at how President Obama's policies were perceived around the globe.
At the Amman Stand-Up Comedy Festival in Jordan, you won't hear a lot of jokes about the government, but mother-in-laws are fair game.
India promises to reduce its greenhouse emissions by boosting green energy, but some question whether it can deliver.
The South African military is now allowing HIV-positive soldiers to serve in foreign deployments and be promoted.
South Africa has the largest number of HIV-infected people on the planet, but the country is taking aggressive new steps to fight AIDS.
In his speech in Oslo, President Obama defended the US role in Afghanistan, arguing the use of force could bring lasting peace.
The 1984 gas leak in Bhopal, India destroyed thousands of lives; but in the US, the disaster led to better regulation of industrial hazards.
New guidelines for mammograms -- screenings at 50, every 2-3 years -- consistent with many other countries around the world.
Connie Hedegaard, chair of Copenhagen climate summit, says US will loose out if it doesn't take on leadership role.
Iceland has been one of the countries hardest hit by the economic crisis, but it remains a draw for American artists, writers and musicians.