Brazilian authorizes might feel a bit bewildered about all of the protests there. After all, conditions for Brazil's poor have improved over the past decade. The World's Jason Margolis has the story.
A baker in the region around Valencia, Spain, has his own answer to the national economic crisis. He's selling loaves of bread for just 20 euro cents. Other bakers are furious, claiming he's selling below cost to put them out of business.
Colombia's second largest city was once dominated by the drug cartel of Pablo Escobar. Crime remains high. Which is why several groups in the city are determined to provide peaceful alternatives for young people through art and music.
A group of engineers and business entrepreneurs in Denver is looking to transform some 19th century horse stables into a hub for helping the poorest of the poor in the developing world.
Members of Indian Sikh communities from around New York have organized to help those hardest-hit by Hurricane Sandy. Sikh volunteers are in Queens, providing hot food for displaced people in need of a meal.
Last year, India had a real Slumdog Millionaire. 28-year-old Sushil Kumar won a million dollars on India's version of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire". But he still lives in a small house with ten other family members and is spending his money wisely.
Canadian singer Nelly Furtado has a new album out called "The Spirit Indestructible." Furtado tells anchor Lisa Mullins that the songs on the album were inspired by a trip to Africa, the Arab Spring and more.
Former Iranian ambassador to UN says countries and agencies have offered to help after deadly earthquake hit Iran.