Stock markets have fallen back after shares across the world surged on Monday in the wake of a deal to tackle Europe's debt crisis. Marco Werman talks to MIT economist Kristin Forbes about the European bailout and what it means for the global economy.
China's power has been growing in recent years. But there's one power China's leaders still crave; soft power. The informal influence a country has through the attractiveness of its culture and values. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports from Beijing.
The World's Laura Lynch reports on the growing resentment in Britain against the continuing punishment of BP. Some complain that as BP's share prices fall, American investors will also be the ones to lose.
A year after the Lockerbie bomber was released from a Scottish prison and sent home to Libya, four US senators are calling for a new investigation into why he was let out. The World's Marcus Wraight reports.
The United Nations' food agency held a special meeting to discuss the rise in food prices worldwide. Anchor Marco Werman asks Alex Evans, who's studied the causes of food price fluctuations, to explain the upward trend.
British band The Beatles started Apple Corp. in the late 1960s. The music division, Apple Records, was designed as an open invitation for talented musicians to come and record. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks to Peter Asher, an early Apple employee.