President Bush is in Ghana today, and the African nation is one of the recipients of the president's emergency aid for HIV/AIDS, including funding for HIV prevention messages that stress abstinence over safer sex
Egypt's stunning 6-1 loss to Ghana has hurt Egypt's national soccer team's chances of qualifying for next year's World Cup tournament in Brazil. The loss has touched nerves in the politically divided country, which hasn't made it to the World Cup since 1990. Many fans are targeting their anger at American coach Bob Bradley.
President Obama's trip to Ghana this weekend draws attention to the country's history as a gateway to American slavery. Ghana's also a travel destination for many African-Americans. Some have chosen to relocate there. Laura Lynch has the story.