They're ringing in the new year in Bangladesh, not once, but twice this year. Or more accurately, they're ALMOST ringing in the New Year twice. The government moved the clocks forward in June to save electricity. A look back.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy is pushing for a carbon tax to help fight climate change. But A LOT of people are pushing back. If passed, France would become the FIRST major world economy to institute such a tax. The World's Gerry Hadden has the story.
In the middle of recalls and a struggling economy, car companies are looking to the future. And many of them are doing so by putting out smaller fuel-efficient models. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Paul Eisenstein, editor of DetroitBureau.com.
The northern city of Kirkuk is ground zero for a potential conflict following the planned US withdrawal: In his second story from Kirkuk, reporter Ben Gilbert looks at the role Kirkuk plays in the Iraq vote.
In an effort to help cut greenhouse gas pollution, Britsh Columbia has adopted North America's largest carbon tax. But as the World's Jason Margolis reports, the tax may still be too small to be making a difference.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks to the BBC's Damian Grammaticus about the rescue of more than a hundred mine workers from a flooded mine in northern China. The mines were trapped by rising water 8 days ago.