The Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, is traffic-snarled, chaotic, and terribly poor; but for three weeks, it was also the site of a unique art event.
The U.S. military plans to redeploy thousands of Marines and their families to Guam from the Japanese island of Okinawa.
While foreign investments have created jobs in Mississippi, some feel the state's pro-business stance could backfire.
From Spain and West Africa to Pakistan and South America -- picks for the best in global music in 2009.
Anti-government demonstrations across Iran reportedly left at least eight people dead over the weekend.
From Copenhagen to Afghanistan -- a look back at how President Obama's policies were perceived around the globe.
The man credited with bringing rock 'n' roll to Korea is honored with a special Fender guitar.
At the Amman Stand-Up Comedy Festival in Jordan, you won't hear a lot of jokes about the government, but mother-in-laws are fair game.
The South African military is now allowing HIV-positive soldiers to serve in foreign deployments and be promoted.
India promises to reduce its greenhouse emissions by boosting green energy, but some question whether it can deliver.