The World's Jason Margolis has a remembrance of Congressman Tom Lantos, as the California Democrat died today after announcing last month that he was diagnosed with cancer
The World's Gerry Hadden reports that Spain -- like the United States -- is experiencing problems with its housing market, and home prices in Spain have reached a ceiling
Reporter Richard Reynolds tells us about a recycling program in Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, that's helping some of the city's poor provide for their families, and regain some of their dignity.
The Bush Administration plans to lower the number of U.S. troops in Iraq to "pre-surge" levels by July, and today, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said he favors a pause in troop withdrawals after that;
The president of East Timor, Jose Ramos Horta, is in serious condition today after being shot in the stomach and the country's Prime Minister said the attack was an attempted coup
The World's Lorne Matalon reports on Mexico's other immigration problem: undocumented immigrants entering Mexico from Central America.
Today's Geo Quiz focused in the ancestral home of the potato. The answer is Peru. The BBC's Dan Collyns reports the Peruvian government is promoting the potato as a cheap, stable alternative to more expensive food crops like corn or wheat.
The World's Marco Werman profiles Congolese musician Shiko Mawatu. He came to the U.S. in 2004 and is now a nominee for an NAACP Image award.
Scotland Yard today released its report on the assassination of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, and investigators say she died from a suicide bomb blast and not from gunshot wounds but with the future of her part in doubt
Alex Gallafent reports on a controversy in Britain over comments made by the Archbishop of Canterbury