Across the world, scientists are trying to determine where seasons are shifting. Spring arriving earlier, winter arriving later — it's happening in many countries. Now, the question is, what will be the consequences of that change.
We don't hear much about Belgium when it comes to Europe's migrant crisis, but it too is struggling to cope with an influx of foreigners arriving to claim asylum. In Brussels, volunteers are opening up their homes to refugee families so they don't have to sleep in the streets while they wait for the appointments with immigration officials.
Belgium may get high marks for its beer, chocolate or waffles. But many will tell you that when it comes to customer service, the country's among the worst. Clark Boyd reports on a new TV program that's trying to improve how customers are treated.
Palestine's economy suffers under the weight of the long-running Israeli occupation. And while it's resumed growth, that growth is tied to foreign aid. Economists say to achieve true stability, it needs a vibrant private sector economy -- and that requires a peace agreement with Israel.
100 years ago, West Flanders was one of the most militarized zones on earth. It's part of the famous Western Front of World War I and the site of many of the heavier battles. With the centenary of the war beginning in 2014, the region is readying itself to reap the benefits of a projected bump in tourist numbers.