Last year, India had a real Slumdog Millionaire. 28-year-old Sushil Kumar won a million dollars on India's version of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire". But he still lives in a small house with ten other family members and is spending his money wisely.
Canadian singer Nelly Furtado has a new album out called "The Spirit Indestructible." Furtado tells anchor Lisa Mullins that the songs on the album were inspired by a trip to Africa, the Arab Spring and more.
There are, of course, solar lanterns and flashlights on the market. But there's nothing quite like the LuminAID, a portable, inflatable, rechargeable solar lantern designed by two graduate students, Andrea Sreshta and Anna Stork.
Michael Pollan about the worry over world wheat supplies; the price of wheat has soared to record highs recently and meanwhile the World Food Program of the United Nations is warning that expensive wheat could soon force the agency
The World's Katy Clark reports that the United Nations today announced that it's stopping food aid delivery to Palestinians in the Gaza Strip; UN officials say they've run out of fuel because of an Israeli blockade on Gaza.
The World's Jeb Sharp reports that United Nations chief Ban Ki-Moon will lead a new UN task force to tackle the global food crisis, and Ban says the first priority will be to feed the world's hungry and prevent social unrest around the globe.
Nguyen Qui Duc reports on how rising food costs are affecting people in Vietnam: the country is a major producer of rice and the government has halted exports to try and keep prices down at home, but even so, many Vietnamese are struggling to cope.