Getting online is difficult in Liberia. Connections are slow, and internet access can be very expensive. But that may be starting to change. Last week, a fiber optic cable arrived in Liberia. Bonnie Allen reports from Monrovia.
This summer an American friend, an old college buddy, came to visit us in Barcelona with his family. Unexpectedly, someone in his family fell ill. We ended up in the emergency room of a local hospital.
The women's professional Euroleague playoffs are taking place right now in Istanbul and there are a lot of American players on the court. Three of them play for Spartak Vidnoje, a top team based in a small town south of Moscow.
Political strategists slice and dice the electorate into smaller and smaller groups targeting messages to specific populations. The Romney camp is now making a pitch toward Polish Americans. But are they getting the message right?
As residents of Newtown, Connecticut, begin to bury those killed in Friday's school shooting there, reaction continues to pour in from all around the globe. We'll talk to David Hemenway of the Harvard School of Public Health.
In South Africa, there is a great respect and gratitude to the White House. This partly due to a program that helps to get medicine to HIV-AIDS patients. Some say the issue of who occupies the White House is less relevant to the future of their country.