Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Martin Weale, Director of the National Institute for Economic and Social Research in Britain, to find out what the financial disturbances mean for the average person in Europe.
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.
Marco Werman hears about the very loud dust-up that occurred today over Gaza at the World Economic Forum in Davos from, editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy Magazine. This is Naim's 20th consecutive year attending Davos.
North Dakota has fared relatively well in the economic downturn. Some farmers and agriculture businesses there are trying to position themselves to be less vulnerable to the swings of the economy next time trouble arises. On PRI's The World.
EU leaders are throwing their weight behind a proposed international ban on the trade in bluefin tuna from the Atlantic and Mediterranean. The prized fish is one of the world's most over-harvested marine species. The World's Gerry Hadden has the story.