International aid experts say millions of people around the world are being pushed deeper into poverty and hunger by high food prices, but the aid groups that traditionally help to feed the hungry are also feeling the pinch
There were dire predictions for the fate of Myanmar's cyclone survivors after the military government there kept out international aid, but it appears that the situation for the survivors may not be as bad as originally feared
Today, the Russian government suspended trading on its country's stock exchange. The move comes a day after Russian stocks plummeted to their lowest level in nearly three years. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Mikhail Kroutikhin of RusEnergy consulting.
The discussion in Washington is all about bailing out Wall Street. But U.S. car makers just got a big federal loan. The question is will it help Detroit automakers compete in the global market. The World's Jason Margolis has the story.