Victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan face a daunting task of rebuilding the country.
Twenty years after the program started, Teach for America is still producing teachers. The program could hold clues into how to improve the US education system in general.
Egypt's archeological sites are open again, after the recent protests. Now archaeologists are trying to get the tourists back, too.
Politicians are trying to force the University of Iowa to sell Jackson Pollock's painting "Mural" for some $140 million.
Gulf Coast residents are experiencing a host of health problems, and the BP oil spill may be to blame.
Human activity is raising the noise levels in the ocean, which could threaten the lives of dolphins and endangered whales.
Laws protecting endangered species and regulating pesticides could drastically change because of a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency.
Entomologists are gathering at the National Bed Bug Summit to figure out how to fight back against bed bugs.
Ousted president, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his family are worth an estimated $5 billion. Some people are trying to get the money back.
A new program from MIT aims to help create jobs in earthquake ravaged Haiti.