Young American soldiers back from Iraq and Afghanistan struggle to find employment in a jobless recovery.
A buried treasure of millions, desperate soldiers and FARC guerrillas all come together in this true-life thriller set in the Colombian jungle.
Britain's first ever state funded Hindu school welcomed by Hindu parents, but critics raise concerns over segregation.
Vice President Joe Biden's efforts to restart peace talks in the Middle East overshadowed by Israel's plans to build new settlement in East Jerusalem.
The Kahnawake Mohawk reservation near Montreal evicts non-native residents in attempt to preserve culture.
The boom in online software to help businesses cross the cultural divide, from matching up cultural profiles to emotional recognition.
Thousands of English-speaking Afghans make good pay working as interpreters for the US military, but some are being targeted by the Taliban.
Suicide bombers aren't the crazed, religious nuts we usually think they are; instead they are created by psychological conditioning.
At Vancouver's Olympic games, Canadian fans raised a cheer for Team USA's silver medal effort.
London hopes the 2012 Olympics will transform its blighted East End, but the economics are a bit uncertain.