The World's Alex Gallafent reports on two bosses, one lauded, the other pilloried. Australian businessman Ken Grenda has awarded his employees generous bonuses. The other, Fred Goodwin, has been stripped of his knighthood.
As the Republican Party prepares to nominate its first Mormon candidate for president next week, there's growing interest in Mormon practice -- especially young Mormons serving missions around the world. Though numbers are down from the 1990s, many young Church members are still going abroad.
Climate change will increasingly put food supplies at risk, while opening up some new areas to agriculture. That's the gist of a leaked new draft UN report on climate change impacts. Host Marco Werman talks about the frontiers of our changing food supply with report co-author David Lobell of Stanford University.
Early Thursday morning in Australia, officials revealed what was said to be the first good lead in recent days around missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. But a day full of searching ended without a breakthrough, yet.
Researchers in Australia have published a study showing that bearded dragons can change sex. It's the first time a sex reversal has been demonstrated in the wild through a reptile. And the reason for the the changing sex: warming temperatures.