World leaders discuss Europe’s economy and the war in Afghanistan, an earthquake strikes northern Italy, and buglers commemorate the 150th anniversary of Taps.
Facebook makes an historic IPO, Greece prepares for a new round of elections, a new crew arrives at the ISS, and we recap the legacy of U.S. presidential pets.
Wildfires spread across Arizona, blood drives aim to help a sick woman in Georgia, and a CNN Hero works to raise awareness about water safety.
Today, we report on France’s presidential inauguration, Facebook’s expected IPO, an upcoming solar eclipse, and tributes to U.S. law enforcement officers.
JPMorgan Chase reports a $2 billion loss, wildfires burn across parts of Arizona, and a Georgia woman contracts a rare case of flesh-eating bacteria.
The success of Rwanda in providing health care to its poor has drawn the attention of the international community and has inspired a new program at Harvard University.
Data simply does not support the abstract notion that the “welfare state” is out of control in the United States, an economist writes.
Mobile technology is changing the landscape of health care delivery across the developing world by giving people the ability to connect with doctors, nurses and other providers.
Greek politicians struggle to form a new government, a 70-year-old lost plane is discovered in the Sahara, and a college community moves forward from tragedy.
Today, we contrast austerity and stimulus measures, we witness an Olympic tradition, and we talk with Shaquille O’Neal about the importance of education.
Saudi and U.S. officials raise concerns about information leaks, and some experts forecast a significant increase in American obesity.
Today, we examine economics in European elections, we report on Russia’s new leader, and we explore a controversy surrounding a proposed state amendment.
Today, we report on the race for the White House, elections in France and Greece, Japan’s energy challenges, and a unique way to harness power.
Inadequate demand — rather than mismatches between job requirements and skills — is the major reason for the elevated unemployment rate, an economist writes.
President Obama travels to Afghanistan, an FBI sting leads to arrests in Ohio, protests and rallies mark May Day, and an airline looks to buy an oil refinery.
An international court convicts Liberia’s former president, U.S. officials confirm a case of mad cow disease, and wireless technologies consume more bandwidth.