A long legal battle wrapped up this week in Wales. It is a case that involves farmers, wildlife campaigners ? and badgers. Anchor Marco Werman gets the story from Jack Reedy, the press officer for The Badger Trust.
A state of emergency has been in place since mid-May In Thailand. Despite this, and two bombs that went off in Bangkok last week, some business leaders are trying to project an image of business as usual. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports.
The US government has slapped economic sanctions on eight Iranian officials for their role in alleged abuses committed after Iran's disputed elections last year. Secretary of State Clinton announced the move today. Anchor Lisa Mullins has details.
The British Standards Institution has come up with a guide to help companies, organizations, and governments act in a more socially responsible way. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Vincent Cassidy of the British Standards Institute to get more details.
Tragedy struck New Zealand last night. A huge explosion rocked a coal mine, ending hope of rescuing 29 trapped miners. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with reporter Phil Mercer in the affected town ï¿½ Greymouth, New Zealand.
Lisa Mullins talks with theologian Father Thomas Reese about changes in the Vatican Bank. New rules announced today should increase transparency, prevent money laundering or the financing of terrorists.
At a time when British Universities are wrestling with shrinking budgets, they are facing new scrutiny over foreign donations from questionable sources such as Muammar Gaddafi. The World's Laura Lynch reports from London.