Many Africans were euphoric over the inauguration of President Obama. On his visit to Accra last year, the President said ?great days lie ahead for Ghana.? Now some Ghanaians say they're still waiting to see whether the President can improve their lives.
Reporter Sheri Fink, who's also a medical doctor, has been traveling around Port-au-Prince. She's following the work of one of the ?disaster medical assistance teams? that the US Department of Health and Human Services sent to Haiti.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has denied striking a ?covert? deal to invade Iraq with George W. Bush at a private meeting in 2002 at the President's ranch in Texas. Laura Lynch has been watching the inquiry.
Iran's government is fighting domestic opposition. The opposition movement is having to adjust as the authorities have stepped up their crackdown. That's according to Kelly Golnoush Niknejad. She's the Editor of Tehran Bureau.
The murder of a Palestinian militant in Dubai has triggered a diplomatic dust-up between Britain and Israel. The British government wants to know why some members of the hit quad involved carried fake British passports. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
Hosting the Olympics is definitely an expensive proposition for host cities, or the athletes, either. Marco Werman talks with Olympic historian David Wallechinsky about the origins of the Winter Olympics.
For years Pakistan's northwest has been plagued by Islamist violence fueled by anger over the war in Afghanistan. Marco Werman talks with Washington's special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Richard Holbrooke, about US policy in the region.