Between their religion and their generally conservative culture, Mitt Romney ought to have a lock on their vote. But many in the Latino Mormon community are torn between voting for a fellow Mormon - and their dislike of his immigration policies.
Britain's government came up with its own bailout today. It approved the equivalent of a $976-billion dollar plan to rescue the crippled banking industry. The World's Laura Lynch has details from London.
The World's Matthew Bell tells us about one aspect of the massive stimulus package that passed the House last night. The provision would require that infrastructure projects paid for by the U.S. government use American-made steel and iron.
Campaign season officially started in Britain today. Parliamentary elections are May 6th. Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his ruling Labor Party face tough competition from David Cameron and the Conservatives. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
A year ago, Ireland was the 'Celtic Tiger' -- an economic success story on par with any fast rising Asian nation. Today, Ireland is going through a wrenching economic slump. The World's Laura Lynch reports from Dublin.
France's parliament is considering legislation that would put a financial squeeze on tourists who travel to war zones and other hotspots. Supporters say if reckless tourists need government rescues, they should pay. Genevieve Oger reports from Paris.
France and the Britain may be wrestling with what they can and can't afford. Here in the US, there's still room in the budget for a $9 million program to develop a flying humvee. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Bill Hennigan of the Los Angeles Times.
Venezuelans haven't felt the pinch of rising food prices as badly as many consumers have around the world because President Hugo Ch-vez is using his country's ample oil revenues to subsidize food at the local markets