In addition to honing their fighting skills, some of Syria's rebels are working on their PR as well. They're careful now to speak about a future Syria that is democratic and inclusive - to all religions and women.
Anchor Aaron Schachter gets an update on the talk at the Olympics from The World's Alex Gallafent in London. Beyond the sporting news, Alex also takes a brief shopping trip to the official department store of the 2012 London games.
Host Aaron Schachter has been watching the Olympic coverage and is troubled by one thing: "Why are there so many empty seats?" Aaron talks with Mihir Bose who's covering the Olympics for the Evening Standard.
Harley Davidson has hit some hard times, the company just reported an 84% slide in 3rd quarter profits. So it's looking to wealthy customers overseas to expand its market. Places like the Middle East. Ben Gilbert reports from Beirut.
Not sure if long legs are a good thing in a glass of wine? Well, a supermarket chain in Britain wants to make it easier for customers unfamiliar with wine speak. Spar is experimenting with wine labels written in local slang.
American candy lovers know the Kit Kat bar. But few would recognize the varieties sold in Japan. 200 kinds of Kit Kat bars have been sold in Japan over the years. Akiko Fujita checked out the candy in Tokyo.
New Year's Day is the most revered holiday in Japan. The Japanese actually celebrate it over a 4 day period. Every year, people line up to buy something called a ?fukubukuro? or ?luck? bag. Akiko Fujita introduces us to a different New Year's tradition.