Florida produces the most fresh tomatoes of any state in the nation. The growers there say they can't compete with lower-priced Mexican imports much longer. Now they're fighting a 16-year-old trade agreement that could put the idea of free trade at risk.
North Korea has severed its hotline with South Korea. Anchor Marco Werman digs into the history and true nature of international hotline communication with diplomatic historian, Haraldur Ã?ór Egilsson.
President Obama is scheduled to give a speech tomorrow in Illinois addressing the US economy. Home prices, stock prices, and retail sales are all on the rebound. But the gap between rich and poor continues to widen.
For most of us, when we want to make a major purchase, we apply for a loan. But what if you have no credit score? That's the case for many immigrants living in the US. One non-profit in San Francisco has adopted a novel way to try and change that.
As Egypt struggles to get back moving in the wake of its revolution and the army's stubborn hold on power, there's a growing feeling of xenophobia, foreigners say, on the streets of the country's cities.
Myanmar's National League for Democracy is a small piece of the country's parliament. But already its flexing its muscle as the nascent parliament begins to deal with real issue that will shape the country's future.
The debate over government surveillance versus individual privacy isn't confined to the United States. The revelations from Edward Snowden's National Security Agency leak have prompted investigations and allegations the world over.
President Barack Obama has linked the ongoing struggle for economic equality with the goals of the 1963 March on Washington, in a speech marking its 50th anniversary. The President described it as "our great unfinished business."