The British tabloid "News of the World" broke the story about executives from insurance giant, AIG, taking a lavish hunting trip just days after the company got a multi-billion dollar taxpayer bailout.
Pakistanis are increasingly ambivalent about supporting the war against terrorism and the Taliban on its border with Afghanistan. Many think a military solution won't work. The World's Aaron Schachter reports.
For our Global Hit today, we want to tell you about a woman who died this week, unknown to many here in the U.S. Etelvina Maldonado was 75. Even in her home of Colombia, Etelvina Maldonado was not a household name.
It's estimated that about half of the agricultural workforce in the United States is here illegally. One Midwestern goat farmer thought that the system was unfair to his Mexican workers. So, he moved to Mexico. The World's Jason Margolis has more.
About 70 percent of Australian adults gamble. Some say gambling Down Under has gotten out of hand. It's a contentious issue, one that could potentially topple a government. The World's Jason Margolis has more.
We're not going to give you very long to guess today's Geo Quiz. Think Europe and think beer. In fact the country we're looking for thinks its beer is the best in the world. They believe this so strongly that they've bottled it, so to speak.
This summer an American friend, an old college buddy, came to visit us in Barcelona with his family. Unexpectedly, someone in his family fell ill. We ended up in the emergency room of a local hospital.