In India, a low-budget movie has turned into a hit that nobody saw coming. It's called "Queen" and it's the story of a young Hindu woman whose fiancé leaves her on the eve of their wedding. Rather than let it ruin her life she sets off on a charming adventure of self-discovery.
In his campaign speeches, Narendra Modi eloquently conjures images of an India free from poverty and corruption, where no one goes hungry, where plumbing and electricity are universal and the poor have access to education. But the Hindu-nationalist is a deeply divisive politician.
An ice cream parlor in Rome recently unleashed a wave of protests when it charged some British tourists $21 per ice cream cone. It was just the latest instance of tourists getting ripped off in the Eternal City, as Megan Williams reports from Rome.
As Italian politicians campaign for national elections this weekend, the sad state of the economy and politics in Italy are the subject of a new stage adaptation of "The Full Monty." It features two real-life unemployed workers as cast members.
Pope Benedict XVI has announced that he is to step down at the end of February because of his frail health. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Rome correspondent Megan Williams about reaction to the surprise announcement.