The Chinese government says it has launched a major crackdown on Internet pornography. Beijing is targeting major online search engines such as Google. The World's Technology Correspondent Clark Boyd speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins.
Hip hop artist Joaquin Santos is from San Diego but he has strong family ties to El Salvador. His solo album, Salva Vida, tackles the social, political and economic problems plaguing the Central American nation.
The International Space Station turns ten years old today. Some say it's a colossal waste of time and money. Others say its a symbol of what can be done in space when nations work together. The World's Clark Boyd reports.
November 11th 1918 marked the end of World War One. And today marks the end of a blog centered on the conflict. Englishman Bill Lamin has been posting his grandfather Harry's letters from the war -- 90 years to the day after they were written.
Scientists in George Whiteside's lab at Harvard University are developing tools that are inexpensive, portable, and do not require electricity to help health workers in the developing world. The World's Clark Boyd reports.
Medical records are rare or non-existent in many parts of the developing world. Now, a global team of coders and doctors have created a free, downloadable, computer-based medical record system. The World's Clark Boyd reports.
Today, police in Britain announced that they've shut down a website called DarkMarket. Authorities say the site allowed criminals worldwide to buy and sell things such as credit card numbers, bank details, and log-ins.