Dubai has become renowned for its thoroughbred breeding prowess. But that prowess was challenged recently when an investigation discovered steroid use among 11 horses that are owned by Dubai ruler and United Arab Emirates prime minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the ruler of Dubai and the Prime Minister of the UAE. He's also one of the most powerful figures in global horse racing. But a doping scandal involving horses at his stable in the UK has rocked the sport.
Members of the Chinese middle class, 300 million strong, are increasingly looking outside their nation's borders when thinking about vacation. And when they travel, they spend big, making them a prime topic for businesses across the world -- including in Massachusetts.
China has a middle class of some 300 million people. And more and more of them are traveling internationally. As the World's Jason Margolis found out in Massachusetts, American states are increasingly trying to market themselves to Chinese tourists.
Anchor Marco Werman explores the foreign policy credentials of Paul Ryan and Joe Biden with James Traub, a fellow at the Center on International Cooperation, and Ted Bromund, a senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
You may have caught actor Kevin Costner accepting an Emmy for lead actor in a mini-series. That series, "Hatfields & McCoys," based on one of the most famous blood feuds in American history, wasn't filmed in West Virginia or Kentucky, but in Transylvania.
The captain of a cruise ship that ran aground off Italy made an "unapproved, unauthorized" deviation in course, the liner's owners say. Host Marco Werman talks with Lauren Moore of Bowling Green, Kentucky who survived the disaster.