Wednesday, November 2, 2011
As Earth's human population hits 7 billion, there's little agreement on what its future growth will look like. And different countries all face their own challenges to maintain a stable, productive population.
With all U.S. troops set to leave Iraq by year's end, the U.S. Army is planning to put a combat force in neighboring Kuwait.
Kosovo's wine industry was facing ruin in the 1990s, when the former Yugoslavia fell apart, and it was plunged into war. Now there are signs that a once-thriving industry is getting back on its feet.
The Little Penguins are disappearing around Sydney in Australia, but a new tool — a dog — is helping conservationists get a handle on their hard-to-find birds.
A new book out recently looks at how the Netherlands approaches sex and teenagers and how Americans might be able to use some of those tactics to improve communications with our own teens.
The world's population is expected to hit seven billion in the next few weeks. How do you fit in? Use our app to find out.
Francisca Valenzuela was the only singer from Chile invited on stage to sing with U2 at the band's March concert there. So who is she? Reporter Betto Arcos introduces us to her.
The art of making sugar skulls for Day of the Dead festivities in Mexico is disappearing as artisans to make them give up the craft or die. Day of the dead is celebrated Nov. 1 and 2.