As their government shuts down media coverage, Iranians are using the web to access and distribute information.
KIVA has been making micro loans to the poor in the developing world; now the group is expanding to facilitate micro-lending to the US from the outside.
Coppola talks about his personal connection to the screenplay and why he filmed it in Argentina.
In Russia, there are 460 jobs that are legally off limits to women -- like driving trains and fighting fires.
Investigators are trying to catalog the thousands of Arabic inscriptions that cover the walls and columns of the Alhambra in Granada.
Political dramas are unfolding in Iran in the days leading up to this Friday's presidential election.
The health care industry is considered relatively recession proof, but not for everyone; In Los Angeles, many Asian immigrants are struggling to keep their health care jobs.
Iran's President Ahmadinejad is on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube -- as are Iran's other candidates.
Archie is going to marry Veronica -- that's the big news in the comic book world; the story is making big waves in India and Kenya.
United Nations humanitarian chief John Holmes speaks about the conditions in Darfur since the expulsion in March of more than a dozen international aid groups by the Sudanese government.