Gadgets often contain all kinds of things that are potentially harmful to the environment. It's also a tough industry to evaluate when it comes to fair trade practices. Clark Boyd reports on how one company in Belgium is trying to address those issues.
The US based non-profit Green Electronics Council is trying to make the electronics industry more environmentally friendly. Sarah O'Brien, communications director of the council speaks with Lisa Mullins about efforts to green the electronics industry.
The US and five other world powers met today at the UN to push for an ï¿½early negotiated solutionï¿½ to the nuclear standoff with Iran. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from Washington Post correspondent Colum Lynch, who's at the UN.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Richard Branson, the billionaire founder of the Virgin Group, who's kicking off a new philanthropic venture he says is aimed at encouraging international investment in Zimbabwe.
192 countries want to be understood at the United Nations. Many there use English. Some non-English speakers get coaching on how to assert themselves in English, or butt in without sounding rude. Alex Gallafent joins the classroom instruction.
The self-imposed moratorium on construction in the West Bank and East Jerusalem is set to end on Sunday. The president of the Palestinian Authority says he'll quit the peace talks if the freeze ends, Israel says it won't extend it. Matthew Bell reports.
Four Mexican journalists seeking political asylum in the United States pleaded their case at a news conference in El Paso, Texas Tuesday. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Carlos Spector, the attorney who represents the four journalists.
Construction has slowed almost everywhere in the US. Everywhere, except New Orleans. One New Orleans attorney is leading the charge to help the city's new Latino work force fight for their pay. The world's Julia Kumari Drapki reports.