Some Somalis in America are concerned that the famine that's battering the nation isn't getting the level of coverage that other recent disasters, like the Japan tsunami or Haiti earthquake, have gotten.
Many Somali transplants in the US feel that their homeland is being ignored by international donors and different group around the country are trying desperately to raise money to help famine victims back home.
Economists study something called purchasing power parity. Basically, how far will a dollar go in Argentina, Italy, or the US? They gauge this by looking at a comparable basket of goods and services across nations.
An Egyptian-American is on trial in Boston charged with supporting terrorism. But the case of Tarek Mehanna is a complicated one. Michael May of Latitude News spoke with friends and associates to find out just who Tarek Mehanna really is.