The boom in online software to help businesses cross the cultural divide, from matching up cultural profiles to emotional recognition.
Thousands of English-speaking Afghans make good pay working as interpreters for the US military, but some are being targeted by the Taliban.
Suicide bombers aren't the crazed, religious nuts we usually think they are; instead they are created by psychological conditioning.
At Vancouver's Olympic games, Canadian fans raised a cheer for Team USA's silver medal effort.
London hopes the 2012 Olympics will transform its blighted East End, but the economics are a bit uncertain.
Some towns make handcrafts or goods for niche markets, but one indigenous village in Oaxaca produces highly-skilled musicians.
Civilian deaths in NATO strike over weekend undermines overall mission in Afghanistan says US military commanders.
Writer Ted Conover talks about the many roads he's traveled on the way to his new book, "The Routes of Man."
A video making the rounds online features actors dressed up as peasants singing American jazz standards with Japanese lyrics.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used strong words to describe Iran's government, and proposes tough, new sanctions.