Many of Europe's churches are struggling to stay open. A new movement called "extended use" is trying to save the old buildings. The plan includes using some church buildings for circus schools and Starbucks shops.
Coal use is at 40-year lows here in the US but it's another story in Europe, where it's on the rise. And as Gerry Hadden reports from Spain, that means trouble for the EU's commitment to cutting CO2 emissions to combat global climate change.
A day after European leaders met to try to come up with a new answer to Greece's economic troubles, critics say the leaders are still failing to offer any real solutions to the debt crisis - and time is running out.
Some Greeks are getting tired of the rest of Europe telling them to get their house order. They're launching campaigns to get their European neighbors to "Give Greece a Chance." The World's Clark Boyd has the story.
Greece is inching closer to its second bailout after it managed to win a crucial debt swap, European leaders have said. Anchor Marco Werman gets the latest on the Greek debt crisis from The World's Clark Boyd.
German lawmakers have voted to back the second EU/IMF bailout for Greece. Until now, most German politicians have been saying Greece must stay in the eurozone. However, some might now be changing their tune.
Iceland's former prime minister, Geir Haarde, went on trial Monday. He's accused of failing to protect his country's economy from the global economic meltdown of 2008. The World's Gerry Hadden has the latest on the story.