Madonna has announced plans to auction off a masterpiece painting "Three Women at the Red Table" that she's owned for over 20 years. She says she's doing it to raise money to support girls' education in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Former Canadian politician Ralph Klein has died at the age of 70. Klein was Premier of the province of Alberta for 14 years. He was a strong advocate for Alberta's oil sands. The World's Andrea Crossan remembers one of Canada's most colorful politicians.
Vladimir Putin and Steven Segal joined together to open a new martial arts center in Moscow. The center opened just in time for Putin to also announce the revival of the Soviet-era mass physical fitness program for young people.
Computer viruses emerged in the 1980s. But in the internet era, we decided not to beat viruses, but to join them. "Going viral" became the goal of any piece of content, from a movie to a Facebook post.
Former Polish president Lech Walesa, set off a storm last week saying gays didn't belong in parliament. On Tuesday, Poland's only openly gay Member of Parliament and a transgender colleague occupied the front benches of the Polish parliament in protest.
Many ordinary Americans are already making the trip to North Korea. Americans have been able to travel there since 2002. Anchor Marco Werman talks with Korya tour director Nick Bonner who has been taking tourists to North Korea for more than a decade.
The answer to our Geo Quiz today is Dili - the capital of East Timor. It's where martial arts film star and UNICEF goodwill ambassador Jackie Chan visited today to promote peace. The BBC's Lucy Williamson reports from Dili.
This weekend, London hosts a 90th birthday concert for Nelson Mandela which is appropriate, as music has accompanied the former South African president throughout his journey from political prisoner to international statesman
Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt is in France, where she is the focus of much media attention; Lisa Mullins talks with Time Magazine's Paris correspondent Vivienne Walt about the French reaction to Betancourt's rescue and return.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the glamorous French Riviera resort city of Saint Tropez. Host Marco Werman speaks with Johanna Laurent of the Association Against Helicopter Noise, a group actively campaigning to limit the number of helicopters carrying celebrities to and from Saint Tropez.
Paul Gadd, formerly known as the 1970's British glam rocker Gary Glitter, flew home to Britain today after spending three years in jail in Vietnam for sex offenses...and after getting kicked out of three other countries. Anchor Lisa Mullins has details.