Alex Hohl came back to his family home in Framingham last Saturday from his second tour in Afghanistan with the Marines. His mother Patricia Hohl shares her happiness, but also concern about what comes next.
Greece is inching closer to its second bailout after it managed to win a crucial debt swap, European leaders have said. Anchor Marco Werman gets the latest on the Greek debt crisis from The World's Clark Boyd.
A year after a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami, coastal towns in northern Japan have barely begun to rebuild. Reporter Sam Eaton visited the ravaged area and spoke with residents trying to rebuild their communities and lives.
Last year, some Spanish farmers were shocked to find their tax bills increase by as much as 30 thousand percent. Some got rich as housing prices skyrocketed. Others are now faced with losing their land.
Architect Avi Friedman wanted to know what makes a good place - so he traveled around the world visiting different kinds of "good" places as research for his new book, "The Nature of Place". He talks with Lisa Mullins about what he found.
Just a few years back, Miami was a city of empty condominium skyscrapers, after the housing market collapsed. But now those condos are starting to fill up, as Brazilian home buyers come in and pay with cash.
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