Three Americans held captive for more than five years in the jungles of Colombia have returned home, but now that they are free, the former captives are expressing concern for the people still being held hostage, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.
Leaders of the world's richest nations are meeting in Japan for the annual Group of Eight (G8) summit where they've reached a common goal to fight global warming, as The World's Jason Margolis has more.
Palau and other Pacific island nations aren't represented at the United Nations by their own citizens. They're represented by American lawyers and law students. The Americans are pushing the UN to act quickly on climate change.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad continues her series on China's rapid urbanization. Today, she reports on the forces that have shaped Beijing, a city that some say has lost its soul because of urban growth.
Host Lisa Mullins speaks with Timothee de Roux of the French travel website Expedia.fr., which published a survey about tourists in Europe that found that Americans are no longer considered the most obnoxious tourists traveling through Europe,