China has a trash problem. Its landfills are brimming, often with wasted food. So the government is trying to attack the problem with a "clean plate" campaign and more incinerators. But burning the waste has people up in arms.
Catholics in China are following the Vatican conclave as closely as their brethren elsewhere. But being Catholic in China has its own unique challenges. There, loyalty to the Pope can land you in jail.
A US computer security company has issued a report, tracing a wave of cyber attacks against American targets to one Chinese military unit in Shanghai. China suggests the allegations in the report are "groundless."
China's foreign ministry has strongly criticized the US for backing Japan's control of a disputed group of islands in the East China Sea. A government spokesman said the view, expressed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, "neglects the facts."
Almost no one thinks China will be the next Egypt but Beijing is taking no chances. More than 100 activists were taken away by police. Anchor Lisa Mullins talks with The World's Mary Kay Magistad in Beijing.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad introduces us to modern dance choreographer Akram Khan. He grew up in London, but his parents kept him in touch with his Bangladeshi roots. His latest piece examines the meaning of home in a globalized world.
Bill Gates is officially stepping down as head of Microsoft today to devote himself full-time to his work as a philanthropist, but first we get some snapshots from around the world of what the people think of when they hear the name Bill Gates.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad continues her series on China's rapid urbanization. Today, she reports on the forces that have shaped Beijing, a city that some say has lost its soul because of urban growth.