France's traditional three-course lunch is not the same during these hard economic times. Many French restaurant-goers are ordering less, leading to a rise in restaurant bankruptcies. Anita Elash has the story.
The women's professional Euroleague playoffs are taking place right now in Istanbul and there are a lot of American players on the court. Three of them play for Spartak Vidnoje, a top team based in a small town south of Moscow.
Mosques don't usually welcome gay and lesbian worshipers but on Friday a Muslim group just outside Paris held what's billed as the first "gay-friendly" Islamic worship in Europe. The group also allows men and women to pray together.
Madonna has announced plans to auction off a masterpiece painting "Three Women at the Red Table" that she's owned for over 20 years. She says she's doing it to raise money to support girls' education in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
After serving in World War II, Garry Davis dedicated his life to trying to establish a world government to bring an end to war. Anchor Carol Hills speaks with Davis's long-time friend and colleague, David Gallup.
Stephane Hessel inspired the Occupy Wall Street movement with his writing, and powered protest movements around the globe. But as those movements seemingly sputter out, Hessel had one more book of advice, specifically for protesters in Spain. It's set to be released now, shortly after his death.