Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin are working hard on their image, trying to differentiate themselves ahead of the 2012 presidential elections in Russia. Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow.
International activists want to help Syrians by sending in caravans of humanitarian aid through Turkey and Jordan. It's unlikely the food and medicine will reach their destination, but they hope their efforts will boost morale inside the besieged country.
Residents of Windsor, Ontario have long complained about industrial noise pollution they believe is coming from Zug Island, but there is no solution yet on the table for getting rid of the "nocturnal beast."
Between the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers, nine Venezuelans played in this year's World Series. We find out how Venezuelans are reacting to the Giants' victory, and to the fact that Pablo Sandoval was named World Series MVP.
Author and Yemen scholar Gregory D. Johnsen has written a comprehensive history of al Qaeda in Yemen, and shares his thoughts with The World's Marco Werman. He observes that al Qaeda's roots in Yemen go back to the 1990s.
Florida produces the most fresh tomatoes of any state in the nation. The growers there say they can't compete with lower-priced Mexican imports much longer. Now they're fighting a 16-year-old trade agreement that could put the idea of free trade at risk.