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Iceland volcano

A volcano in Iceland features in our Geo Quiz. It's been erupting for a few days now. So far, the volcano's spectacular displays of smoke and lava have mostly been a boon for tourism. Bjorn Eriksen manages a hotel within sight of the volcano.

Arts, Culture & Media

Jordi Savall

Correspondent Betto Arcos brings us the latest work by Catalan musician Jordi Savall. The early music master turned to a dark chapter in medieval history for his latest project. It's called 'The Forgotten Kingdom � The Cathar Tragedy.'


French super moms

Correspondent Genevieve Oger reports on a new book by a French philosopher that's warning French women against the American-style pressure to be super moms.

Arts, Culture & Media

Betting on divorce

Hedge funds are investing in big time divorce cases for spouses who think their exes have significant assets but can't afford to pay the legal fees to fight the case. And Laura attends 'divorce fair' giving helpful advice for divorcees.


Female suicide bombers

It was two female suicide bombers who reportedly detonated belts in Moscow yesterday. Female suicide bombers have struck there before. Professor Mia Bloom teaches at Penn State and is writing a book on female suicide bombers.

Conflict & Justice

Haiti's rainy season looming

Today, there are thousands of Haitians living in tent camps. Officials have declared 21 of those camps �high-risk.' They're likely to flood in the coming rainy season. And now, the rains are beginning. The World's Amy Bracken reports.


Jobs a priority for Haitians

Safe housing is an urgent need for quake survivors in Haiti. But what many want is jobs. According to a survey Haitians believe jobs should be the number one priority for reconstruction. We speak with Alison Hayes, Oxfam's Policy Manager for Haiti.