Al Capone is a big tourist attraction in Chicago. He's on tours, trinkets and t-shirts. So what do Colombian immigrants make of the prospect of their public enemy number one, Pablo Escobar, becoming a tourist industry?
Occupy Wall Street reminds some observers of the protests in Tahrir Square -- especially people with roots in Egypt and the Middle East. Reporter Assia Boundaoui gets the view from a few of them on the periphery of New York's Zucchotti Park.
Millions of American shoppers have been swarming malls to get those Black Friday deals and a lot of the stuff we're buying is made in China. But in China, an increasing number of shoppers now prefer American-made goods.
In a recent study, climate scientists learned that the amount of waste heat large global cities produce influences regional climates. Now, scientists are using the study to explain how the planet is warming.
A group of Chicago-based artists put on a puppet show and got a standing ovation last week. In Iran. The 10 American puppeteers were invited to the Tehran Mobarak Puppet Festival. It was the first performance by American artists at the festival event in nearly 17 years.
People in India are paying close attention to a trial in Chicago this week. Businessman Tahawwur Rana is charged with involvement in plotting the deadly attacks in Mumbai in 2008. Suhasini Haider anchor and senior editor for CNN-IBN in New Delhi, reports.