Hear from a young singer whose geographic personality is split between Paris, London and New York. But, she can't shake her French-ness.
The Iraqi cabinet has approved a security pact with the U.S. that could mean American troops could leave Iraq by the end of 2011.
Energy analyst Michael Klare says the world's largest oil fields are running out of oil at twice the rate that we'd previously assumed.
Leaders of the world's 20 largest economies will gather in Washington to discuss the global financial crisis.
HealthMap -- a project funded by Google -- scours the web to gather data that could give advance warning of a health crisis.
South African legend Miriam Makeba has died. We revisit Makeba's historic speech to the UN in 1963 in which she pleaded with world leaders to help South Africans defeat apartheid.
Barack Obama will have to decide whether to continue President Bush's policy of crossing borders to go after Al Qaeda.
In his first press conference, President-elect Obama tackles the economy ... and a letter from Iran's President.
Scientists at Harvard University are developing low-cost, portable tools to help health workers in the developing world.
A global team of coders and doctors have created a free, downloadable, computer-based medical record system to help the developing world.