Thirty billion dollars is what the global market for online clothing sales is worth. Still, a only a small percentage of clothing sales is via the Internet. One Estonian start-up wants to change that with the help of robots. Clark Boyd reports.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Akiva Eldar, political columnist for Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz, about the events in Israel today to mark the fourth anniversary of the capture of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.
Authorities in Kyrgyzstan arrested a nephew of the country's deposed president. He is accused of playing a key role in organizing the ethnic rioting that killed hundreds of people. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from the BBC's Tom Esslemont.
Today's Geo Quiz takes us to the Horn of Africa, where an international team of scientists is studying a 35-mile long crack that opened up in the Afar region of Ethiopia in 2005. Afar is the answer to our Geo Quiz.
The singer from Mali was born with white skin. His albino condition helped shape his life and his musical career. He talks about that, and performs songs from his new album. Marco Werman's speaks with him.
President Barack Obama has called for the G20 to pull together to promote economic growth, saying that world economies are inextricably linked. As the World's Jason Margolis tell us, there is some serious division about what's best for the world economy.