Senior Obama Administration officials have indicated that 2014 is the key date for handing over responsibility to Afghan security forces. Ben Gilbert reports that the march toward those goals has really just begun and there's a long way to go.
American volunteers are on the front line of the fight against the cholera epidemic in Haiti. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the head of a team from Maine, Doctor Chiedza Jokonya, and reporter Beth Macy of the Roanoke Times, who's covering the work.
The high price of cotton figures in today's Geo Quiz. So, we're wondering where the world's supply of cotton comes from. We'd like you to name the top three cotton producing nations. Together, they account for more than 65 million bales of the soft stuff
The Cuban government is criticizing a new video game in which US special ops soldiers try to kill a young Fidel Castro. A Cuban government website said the fame glorifies assassination and will turn American children into ï¿½sociopaths.ï¿½
Entitlement programs protecting the middle class are under assault around the world. In the US, everything from social security payments to mortgage tax deductions appears to be up for discussion. Guy Sorman is a French philosopher and economist.
There is a quiet green slope of land in England that is hallowed ground for Americans and the British alike. It holds the remains of American veterans from World War II, who never made it home. Anchor Lisa Mullins takes us there.
On the eve of the G20 summit in Seoul, Simon Johnson, professor at the Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the former chief for the International Monetary Fund, explains the issue.
President Obama is in Indonesia today, home of the world's most populous Muslim nation. Tomorrow the President will address the Muslim world at an Indonesian university and reporter Julia Simon reports that there is much anticipation about the same.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Bill Atwell, manager of a Goodwill thrift store in Colorado, who is planning to auction a donated lithograph that may or may not have artist Salvador Dali's signature on it.