President Barack Obama has called for the G20 to pull together to promote economic growth, saying that world economies are inextricably linked. As the World's Jason Margolis tell us, there is some serious division about what's best for the world economy.
The wait may soon be over for the 33 Chilean miners trapped 2,000 ft below ground. Workers drilling a rescue tunnel expect to reach the men tomorrow but it's not all that simple. Lisa Mullins gets the latest from the BBC's Gideon Long.
Take your seat now for the Geo Quiz: the sports stadium we'd like you to name this time borrows its name from Rome's famous amphitheater. It's been home to three professional sports teams: The Athletics, the Raiders and the Earthquakes.
Japan has raised the alert level at its quake-damaged nuclear plant. At the same time, getting enough relief aid to the many displaced people has proven a logistical nightmare, due to gasoline shortages and damaged roads. Mary Kay Magistad reports.
Brazil is mourning the passing of architect Oscar Niemeyer. The man who gave the capital Brasilia its distinctive curved buildings died Wednesday at the age of 104. Marco Werman talks about Niemeyer's legacy with Lawrence Vale, a professor at MIT.
Two years after the Fukushima tsunami and nuclear disaster, life is still far from normal for survivors. Anxiety over radiation and discrimination is now causing mental health problems and a slew of social problems from divorce to suicide.