Since Hosni Mubarak's government fell last year, many of Egypt's museums have been looted. And the looting has gone beyond museums, now criminals are digging up archaeological sites and stealing their treasures.
The population of Asian Americans grew by nearly 50 percent between 2000 and 2010. And nowhere have their numbers swelled more quickly than in Nevada. The World's Jason Margolis looks at this potential voting bloc for the November elections.
Egypt will hold presidential elections in late May. But one popular candidate who's a critic of the US, probably won't be on the ballot. Hazem Salah Abu Ismail has been disqualified because his mother held a US passport. Ursula Lindsey reports from Cairo.
Alex Gallafent looks at how countries go about creating their own government websites to market themselves to their own citizens. One North Korean website does it on the cheap, it uses a web template designed by someone in California.
Luz Elen Mendoza spent her summers among Mexicans immigrants and family members working the fields in the San Joaquin Valley. Those experiences helped form the songs she has written for her band Y La Bamba.
Server farms house huge numbers of machines that support websites which need to be kept cool. As a result, more and more high tech companies are building data centers in the far north to take advantage of the naturally cool climate there.