The Japanese seem to be losing their appetite for fish. A government study shows the average consumption of seafood in the country has dropped below meat. That's forced Japan's fishing industry to fight back with music! Akiko Fujita checked out the sound.
Vietnamese-American fishermen want to be involved in the Gulf Coast recovery effort. But BP and Coast Guard officials are finding out that interpreters are few and far between and some information isn't easy to translate. Julia Kumari Drapkin explains.
Berlin is upset over recent revelations that Google collected private data from individual's open wi-fi networks as part of its Street View project. A German prosecutor has launched a criminal investigation. The World's Clark Boyd has our story.
The alleged 'rogue trader' blamed by French bank Societe Generale for billions in losses has gone on trial in Paris. Jerome Kerviel is accused of forgery, breach of trust and unauthorized computer use. Anita Elash reports.
Haitians are gripped by World Cup fever. As The World's Amy Bracken reports, Haitians are watching on donated big screens that have been set up in the Port-au-Prince stadium. But this has caused problems for some of the people.
The British advertising tycoon and art collector Charles Saatchi is donating more than 200 modern works AND the Saatchi Gallery in London to the British government. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with Richard Cork, art critic for The Times of London.