In India, a low-budget movie has turned into a hit that nobody saw coming. It's called "Queen" and it's the story of a young Hindu woman whose fiancé leaves her on the eve of their wedding. Rather than let it ruin her life she sets off on a charming adventure of self-discovery.
The conclave to elect Pope Benedict XVI's successor will likely get underway next week. Once it begins, the 115 cardinals who take part will be shut off from the world until a new pope is elected.
As Pope Benedict XVI rode a helicopter out of the Vatican and into retirement, we gathered voices from Catholics in India, Brazil and Nigeria on what they'd like to see in their next Pontiff.
As Italian politicians campaign for national elections this weekend, the sad state of the economy and politics in Italy are the subject of a new stage adaptation of "The Full Monty." It features two real-life unemployed workers as cast members.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, who took office in November 2011, announced this weekend he would resign, after Silvio Berlusconi's party said it could no longer support Monti's government. Berlusconi would run for a Fifth term as Prime Minister.
Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has been found guilty of tax evasion. Megan Williams talks to Marco Werman about the ruling, and what comes next to Italy's flamboyant former leader.
A regional court in Italy found six Italian scientists guilty of multiple manslaughter over the earthquake in L'Aquila in 2009. Reporter Megan Williams speaks to anchor Marco Werman about this verdict which has alarmed the scientific community.
This month an American company will begin the year-long process of removing the capsized Costa Concordia from the rocks of Giglio Island in Italy.
Italy's government wants to create jobs by liberalizing the job market, but that would diminish the power of professional guilds that currently control who can and who cannot practice certain types of jobs.