Aid organizations are wondering why more money is not being donated to help Pakistanis. Some are saying it might be because of the country's reputation for corruption and as breeding ground for militants. The World's Clark Boyd has more.
Two economists surveyed the hits of the past 50 years from 22 countries. Adjusting for GDP, Sweden is top of the pops. University of Minnesota economist Joel Waldfogel co-authored the study. He speaks with anchor Jeb Sharp.
It will be months before those 33 trapped miners in Chile see the light of day. NASA is advising the rescuers now and the European Space Agency can help, too. Jennifer Ngo Ahn, is project manager of Mars 500 at the European Space Agency.
The unions in France agreed today to call another day of strikes on September 23. The president promised that the pension reform bill now before parliament could be tweaked for special cases but refused to budge on the core elements. Anita Elash reports.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Caroline Duffield in Lagos, Nigeria about today's Facebook post by Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan in which he announces plans for another presidential term in January.
One of the most senior leaders of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) has been killed, say reports. But, as John Otis reports from southern Colombia, even a weakened FARC is likely to plague parts of the country.
The Iraqi Navy was almost completely destroyed during the 1990 Gulf War. Following the 2003 invasion, American and British forces have been slowly rebuilding Iraq's naval capabilities. Reporter Susannah George reports from Basra.
Malaria deaths are being vastly under-counted in India and perhaps throughout much of the world, says a new report in the British medical journal, Lancet. The World's Health and Science Editor David Baron tells anchor Lisa Mullins why.