It's hard to be an entrepreneur in France these days, what with government regulation and a French attitude that failure is just bad form. So some French entrepreneurs are settling in Silicon Valley and bringing their French style with them.
The Obama administration is creating a new system for conducting interrogation of terrorism suspects. It's supposed to be a way to look forward, and avoid mistakes of the past, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.
For eight years, McDonald's has been fighting a restaurant in Malaysia called ï¿½ McCurry. The American fast food giant tried to copyright the ï¿½mcï¿½ prefix. But Malaysia's Federal Court said: NOT so fast.
Darfur refugees are criticizing US envoy Scott Gration for reportedly downplaying the scope of the crisis in the Sudanese region. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from human rights lawyer, Rebecca Hamilton.
At the Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, N.Y., in 1980, an underdog US hockey team took on the Soviet Union, considered the world's hockey powerhouse at the time. US team captain Mike Eruzione scored what would be the winning goal in an upset victory dubbed the "Miracle on Ice."