Europe's dairy farmers are suffering. They've produced too much milk and their prices are plummeting. Now some are trying to cut out the middle man and sell directly to consumers. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
The World's Jason Margolis has the latest in our series of reports on how the recession is affecting immigrants in California. Today, we focus on the immigrant nannies who work for the stars in Hollywood.
Despite Russia's constitutional guarantee of equal employment for men and women, there is a list of 460 jobs that are legally off limits to women. Correspondent Jessica Golloher tells us about some of them.
John Otis reports that bus drivers in Colombia's capita, Bogota, are having to face the music after years of reckless driving. Politicians there are pushing to collect nearly half-a-billion dollars in traffic fines.
In Japan, many singles are taking no chances when it comes to getting married. They're going to "marriage hunting" events, a mix between speed dating and a job interview. Even the government is getting involved. Akiko Fujita reports from Tokyo.
Martial Solal has been a leading figure in French jazz for a half century. And before we end the show, we answer today's Geo Quiz. We were looking for a country in central Africa where a national census is under way. The answer in Chad.
Families are declining in Russia. And the Kremlin is taking action. The government plans to boost the number of large families by giving parents cash incentives to have more kids. But Reporter Jessica Golloher says women in Moscow aren't interested.