An international man-hunt to find a man who abandoned his 3-year-old at a train station in Australia last fall is over: the man, a suspect in the murder of his wife
Horsemeat remains popular in France, but animals' rights groups have been trying to change that and now France's horsemeat industry is fighting back, as The World's Genevieve Oger reports.
Today we're looking for the French town where you land after crossing the British Channel by ferry. The answer is Calais. That's where a unique trek by 28-year-old Briton Mark Boyle came to an abrupt halt. Boyle was planning to WALK all the way to India from Calais. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with him to find out what went wrong.
Anchor Marco Werman tells the story of a Brazilian musician who now lives in New York. His name is Vinicius Cantuaria. And his music has a hint of bossa nova mixed with some rock-and-roll mixed in.
David Martin Davies reports on what Latino voters in south Texas say they want in a presidential candidate.
What does it mean to be a "natural-born" citizen? That's what you have to be to become US president, and it's not just an academic question, as Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from law professor Sarah Duggin.
Wine producers say global warming could spell disaster for the future of wine, and they say rising temperatures could have a negative impact on their grapes, perhaps causing the subtle distinctions among wines to disappear
The World's Matthew Bell reports that the economy is a top concern for Ohio voters as they get ready for next week's Democratic primary
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with reporter Sheri Fink in Nairobi about the agreement signed today by Kenya's president Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga
Emma Simpson reports that Russia's recent economic boom seems to have bypassed the country's rural communities, and while the finances of Russian city-dwellers have improved under President Vladimir Putin,