"You're seeing minority populations and residents begin to really get involved in the political process," says Abdullah Hammoud, the mayor-elect of Dearborn, Michigan. He spoke to The World's Marco Werman about the issues facing his constituents.
Bruce Wallace reports from Lower Manhattan, home to a neighborhood known as Little Syria. Arab Americans are working to preserve what's left of this once-thriving immigrant neighborhood, and its links to the history of Arabs in New York.
The Dearborn community is talking more than ever about what the All-American Muslim show, filmed in its community, can teach us. The discussion has come in the wake of Lowe's decision to pull its ads from the show.
At first glance, the release of tomorrow's foreclosure numbers should add to that optimism, as analysts expect the number of new foreclosures to drop dramatically. But does that mean we've truly passed the worst moments of the housing crisis?
Amidst severe financial troubles, Ford Motor Company quietly looks ahead to the green auto market and hopes to have 250,000 recyclable hybrid cars on the road by the year 2010.