The World's Katy Clark reports on confusion surrounding what exactly constitutes a pandemic. The debate is sparked by the spread of the swine flu in Australia. The World Health Organization has stopped short of declaring a pandemic.
An expedition team, just back from a trip to Papua New Guinea, has discovered some new speciesï¿½ Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the team leader, George McGavin of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
The US goverment has issued travel advisories for Americans visiting Bali in recent months. The concern is an outbreak of rabies. Now one woman has been working with local authorities to help control the problem. The World's Alex Gallafent has the story.
Floods in the Australian state of Queensland exacted a terrible toll last December and January. But one part of the Australian state welcomed the floods and is now thriving: The Outback. The World's Jason Margolis has more from Australia.
For nearly 100 years, the Australian government forcibly took children from Aborigine families and placed them with white families. These children became known as the "Stolen Generations." A small number was taken abroad.