Waking up to discover that someone you thought you knew. may have done something unimaginable is a jarring experience, but it's what happened this morning all over Cambridge, Massachusetts, where the two suspects in Monday's Boston Marathon bombing lived.
Oscar Pistorius was a sports hero. Trooper Johnson is a member of the U.S. National Wheelchair basketball team and has competed in four Paralympic Games. He speaks with anchor Aaron Schachter about what Pistorius meant to the Paralympic movement.
Some of Russian President Vladimir Putin's most avid fans are members of a Slavic motorcycle gang known as the Night Wolves. Anchor Aaron Schachter finds out more from journalist Simon Shuster, who's written about Putin for Time Magazine.
Bill Gates is officially stepping down as head of Microsoft today to devote himself full-time to his work as a philanthropist, but first we get some snapshots from around the world of what the people think of when they hear the name Bill Gates.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Kabul, Afghanistan. It's home to Skateistan, a group building a new skateboarding center for boys and girls in the Afghan capital. The World's Aaron Schachter checked it out
UK Prime Minister David Cameron told Syria's "criminal regime" that it must face justice "for the blood that is on your hands". He also urged Russia and China to look hard at the suffering in Syria and reconsider their support for the Syrian government.
Beijing residents began drying out Monday after a weekend deluge that left dozens dead and tens of thousands more displaced. The government says it was the worst rainstorm in 60 years, but it may not have been a purely natural disaster.
Some news agencies are already saying the Pistorius trial could be South Africa's very own OJ Simpson-style trial. Host Aaron Schachter speaks with journalist Des Latham, news editor of SummitTV in Johannesburg.