Jocelyn Ford | Jan 13, 2006
OK, so some Chinese are getting rich. But what do you do once you have it all? In the boomtown of Shenzen, just across the border from Hong Kong, Jocelyn Ford found some residents who are looking for more out of life than money.
Scott Tong | Jan 13, 2006
This week we're profiling a middle class family in Shanghai. Today, we meet He Yuexian, the 72-year-old grandmother. In her life, her wealth rose and fell with decisions by Communist master planners. What's her take on China's new middle class? Scott Tong reports.
Brett Neely | Jan 12, 2006
We've been working 12- and 14-hour days, every day. It's starting to catch up, and I'm occasionally feeling like the mountain climber who forgot to...
John Dimsdale | Jan 12, 2006
President Bush was back visiting the Gulf Coast today. The president says the federal government is still committed to help rebuild the area. That commitment has been questioned recently, as John Dimsdale reports.
Helen Palmer | Jan 12, 2006
Swiss drug maker Roche has launched a new technology inititative to help the world's least developed countries manufacture one of its AIDS drugs. From the Health Desk at WGBH, Helen Palmer reports.
Tess Vigeland | Jan 12, 2006
Today Starbucks announced it's teaming up with Lions Gate Entertainment to promote the studio's films in its coffee houses. The move adds to an already-busy entertainment atmosphere at Starbucks. As Tess Vigeland reports, it's no longer all about the coffee.
Kyle James | Jan 12, 2006
German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets with President Bush tomorrow. Relations between the two countries have been chilly due to differences over Iraq, but Bush and Merkel now have a shot at a fresh start. From Berlin, Kyle James looks at some of the economic issues in play.
| Jan 12, 2006
Congress may soon take up legislation dealing with privacy and cell phone records. Most of us assume the data about whom we call is private, but as Nancy Marshall Genzer reports, that's not always the case...
Bob Moon | Jan 12, 2006
Oil prices are on the rise again, partly due to a standoff between the West and Iran. Tehran announced this week they're going to resume work on making nuclear fuel. Bob Moon explains what that has to do with the price of oil.