Demonstrations in front of Nigerian embassies, the ubiquitous #BringBackOurGirls hashtag, and charges that the Nigerian military had advance notice of the Boko Haram attack that ended in the kidnapping of more than 200 girls has the Nigerian government on the defensive.
Last year, two bombs made an average city street suddenly exceptional. A year later, what is exceptional is that the city street has returned to normal. And for much of the world, that must seem like great fortune.
Scientists say a girl born with HIV two-and-a-half years ago appears to have been cured. Though the apparent breakthrough is limited to one infant case, the news may give hope to the millions of people living with the HIV virus around the globe.
Friday's release of a major UN report on climate change shows scientists are about as sure as they could possibly be that global warming is real, and that humans are in large part responsible. And yet denial of the crisis persists.
Across Africa, many HIV-positive women would like to have children, but they face a dilemma: How can they become pregnant without putting their partners at risk? Dr. Okeoma Mmeje, an ob-gyn at the University of Michigan, offers an inexpensive solution.
After winning Major League Baseball's home run contest this week, Cuban-born Yoenis Cespedes was interviewed by ESPN's Pedro Gomez. Gomez was blasted by many on Twitter for speaking Spanish. Host Marco Werman speaks with Gomez about the angry reaction.
About a half million Syrian refugees are living in Jordan. Adrienne Fricke tells anchor Marco Werman that it's important to find a way for these people to get back to school because they could be instrumental in rebuilding Syria after the war.
Greece is inching closer to its second bailout after it managed to win a crucial debt swap, European leaders have said. Anchor Marco Werman gets the latest on the Greek debt crisis from The World's Clark Boyd.
Myanmar (Burma) has released the most prominent political dissidents of the country from jail. One of the dissidents released is Mya Aye who had been serving a 65-year jail sentence for speaking out against the Burmese government.