Indonesians are struggling to pay for basic food items and although the government is trying to control prices, the effort is not easing the pain for Indonesia's poor, as Rebecca Henschke reports from Jakarta.
Anchor Katy Clark speaks with James Tooley about his research into how parents in poor communities in the developing world are choosing to send their children to private schools. Tooley is the author of "The Beautiful Tree".
More than a quarter of the Haitian population lives outside Haiti. Now there are growing efforts to unify and strengthen that diaspora. Haitian leaders in the US are getting advice from another diaspora -- The American Jewish community.
Argentines lined the streets of Buenos Aires today to honor a national hero. A hearse carried the body of folk singer Mercedes Sosa through the streets of the capital. Sosa died yesterday. She was 74 years old. Marco Werman has more.
Leaders of the so-called 'red shirt' demonstrators said today they're ready to accept mediation from a group of Thai senators. Marco Werman talks to novelist John Burdett about the story behind the headlines from Thailand.
An egg from an American female donor is fertilized with sperm from an Israeli man who takes the fertilized egg to India to grow in the womb of an Indian woman. Katy Clark speaks with Zippi Brand Frank about the international business of surrogacy.