Residents of Newtown, Connecticut, have responded to last week's massacre with an outpouring of grief and solidarity. The response mirrors the way communities around the globe respond to violence, regardless of country and culture.
The NRA has been influential in shaping gun policy in the U.S. over the years. And it's reaching out internationally as well. The World's Arun Rath has been looking into the NRA's international interests. He speaks with anchor Marco Werman.
A song from the 1970s has made a comeback among protestors in Portugal. "Grandola, Vila Morena" ;It's being revived by protesters, not in a fight for democracy, but to fight austerity measures from the government.
This story is about something many of us take for granted, our driver's license. If you live in the United States without proper documentation, getting one isn't a given. It's an issue sparking debates nationwide. Sarah Harris reports from Vermont.
Yoga's not the first thing that springs to mind when thinking about treatment for PTSD in veterans. But from the VA a to the Pentagon, yoga classes are becoming not just commonplace, but in some rehabilitation programs mandatory.
Discarded chewing gum is a common eyesore, and removing it from city streets and sidewalks can be costly. A Mexican congressman wants to solve the problem by borrowing a concept widely used in environmental regulation: making the polluters pay.
Muammar Gaddafi's children play a role in supporting their father, but could also play a role in a future Libyan government. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more about the Gaddafi family tree from Vijay Prashad of Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.