Repairing spinal cord injuries and restoring movement to a paralyzed person has been the subject of intense research for decades — but success has always seemed out of reach. Now a new type of surgery has allowed a Polish man to walk again after having been paralyzed.
Hello Kitty has earned herself millions of fans the world over since debuting in the 1970s — but a recent revelation from the company behind Hello Kitty has rocked many fans' world. That story in today's Global Scan.
UN climate change talks in Warsaw faced something of a meltdown Thursday morning, when dozens of developing nations and activists stalked out in frustration. But BBC correspondent Matt McGrath says hope for some sort of global deal on climate remains.
When the Nazis occupied Poland during World War II, they plundered a great deal of the country's cultural heritage. The painting "St. Philip baptizing the servant of Queen Kandaki," by Johann Conrad Seekatz, was among them. But the US recently recovered the painting and returned it to Poland.
Americans aren't the only ones who love the Netflix series 'House of Cards.' Data show that China is downloading the show more than any other country — but do viewers know it's just a show and not actually how the US government operates?
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with collector Sam Sarowitz about the different ways Hollywood posters are adapted to market films oversees; Sarowitz is the author of a new book on the subject, "Translating Hollywood."
Astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus is famous for figuring out that the Earth revolves around the sun. For nearly five centuries the location of Copernicus' earthly remains was a mystery. Now the case is cracked: We're wondering if you know where?