Haiti's President, Rene Preval, met with President Obama at the White House today. Preval asked the US to keep helping rebuild his nation following January's devastating earthquake. The World's Katy Clark reports.
The Answer to today's Geo Quiz is Tozeur, Tunisia, the starting point for four US and Canadian students who took 8 days to run across the Northern Sahara desert. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with one of the students, Jill Gilday.
Haitians are gripped by World Cup fever. As The World's Amy Bracken reports, Haitians are watching on donated big screens that have been set up in the Port-au-Prince stadium. But this has caused problems for some of the people.
There are fears that as families flee the floods in Pakistan, children are getting separated from their parents. That could increase the already-high number of children who go missing each year. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Haider Yaqub in Islamabad.
President Obama will be at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Japan later this week. But he won't be wearing any silly shirts for a group photo with other leaders. Anchor Lisa Mullins explains.
Some insurance companies are offering microinsurance for the poor, especially for health matters, meant to protect the poor against financial disasters caused by illness, death or crop failure. Reporter John Otis has the story from Barranquilla, Colombia.
Colombia's second largest city was once dominated by the drug cartel of Pablo Escobar. Crime remains high. Which is why several groups in the city are determined to provide peaceful alternatives for young people through art and music.
Michael Pollan about the worry over world wheat supplies; the price of wheat has soared to record highs recently and meanwhile the World Food Program of the United Nations is warning that expensive wheat could soon force the agency