Haiti is no stranger to natural disasters. In recent years, thousands of people have been killed by floods and landslides. The main culprit is the nation's most popular cooking fuel: charcoal. Reporter Amy Bracken reports.
The fall-out from the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan has been not only the radioactive kind. Countries have been reviewing their policies on nuclear power. The World's Marco Werman talks with Eisaku Satu, former governor of Fukushima Prefecture.
Day three of the government shutdown has arrived with some in Europe blaming the Tea Party for pulling the plug on the US of A. Meanwhile, in a place where government is still running, the Germans have turned to an ex-wrestler to decommission its nuclear plants. And the Greeks' neo-Nazi party is under the microscope.
The US Senate began hearings today on the oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. It's the first opportunity lawmakers have had to publicly question the companies involved. The World's Katy Clark reports.