Rodeo is the national sport of Mexico, but it's long been eclipsed in popularity by sports like soccer. Today, though, the charrerï¿½a is getting a new infusion of life: Women in rodeo. The World's Jason Margolis has more from Mexico.
The legacy of Marcel Marceau is on auction in Paris. Hundreds of items once owned by the legendary French mime are being sold by his family to pay off debts he accumulated before his death in 2007. Genevieve Oger reports from Paris.
Anchor Marco Werman takes us to the small Serbian town of Guca, population about 20,000 ï¿½ except when the annual Trumpet Gathering festival is underway. This year it attracted more than 150-thousand people.
Master tabla player Zakir Hussain talks to anchor Marco Werman. Hussain's latest project is a collaboration he did with banjo player Bela Fleck and upright bassist Edgar Meyer. Their CD is called The Melody of Rhythm.
There's speculation that protests from conservative Muslim groups in Malaysia prompted Beyonce to cancel her concert there. But as Jennifer Pak reports, it's one of many cases that women's rights activists say has damaged Malaysia's reputation.
Kailash Kher may be one of the biggest superstars you've never heard of. In India, three generations of women swoon over the singer the way some might faint over Justin Timberlake here. Marco Werman speaks with him.