It's now nearly five months since Haiti was hit by a devastating earthquake. Reporter Amy Bracken is back in Port au Prince. Marco Werman gets her impressions about progress there since January's earthquake.
The floods in Pakistan have produced a fast-growing humanitarian crisis. But international aid has been a trickle compared with the January earthquake in Haiti. The World's Jason Margolis looks at why.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with David Darg of the humanitarian group, Operation Blessing, about the reported outbreak of cholera in Haiti in a region north of Port-au-Prince. The outbreak has killed at least 140 people.
Last year, India had a real Slumdog Millionaire. 28-year-old Sushil Kumar won a million dollars on India's version of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire". But he still lives in a small house with ten other family members and is spending his money wisely.
The World looks at how the financial turmoil shaking major economies could hurt millions of people living on the edge. Experts examine the economic prospects in African nations already suffering from higher food and fuel prices.
Hillary Clinton promised U.S. support for rebuilding Gaza today, pledging $ 900 million in aid. But it's not clear how the U.S. will deliver this aid with Hamas in power and an Israeli blockade still in effect.