The World's April Peavey reports on a British band that is being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They are "The Dave Clark Five" and they were once considered London's answer to The Beatles.
One of the most stunning cathedral in Europe, perhaps all of the world, needs a cleaning. The Duomo Cathedral in Milan, Italy, is "adopting" out some of its spires to fund renovations that the historic building needs.
Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt is in France, where she is the focus of much media attention; Lisa Mullins talks with Time Magazine's Paris correspondent Vivienne Walt about the French reaction to Betancourt's rescue and return.
Hugo Chavez was a larger-than-life political figure who served as Venezuela's president for 14 years, keeping a lid on protests and a difficult economy. His successor Nicolas Maduro has had anything but a smooth reign and Venezuela is now being compared to tumultuous counties like Syria and Ukraine.
British singer Kate Bush opened her 22-concert residency at the Hammersmith Apollo in London on Tuesday night. It's her return to the stage after a 35 year absence, and fans from around the globe — including The World's show director — will come to London to catch a show.