Philanthropist and former AIG board member Houghton Freeman pledges $5 million to spruce up a crumbling imperial garden inside the former palace and, in the process, further American understanding about China. Jocelyn Ford reports.
The World Baseball Classic gets underway today with games scheduled from Tokyo to San Juan, Puerto Rico. It's all part of efforts to draw more fans to the game. But closer to home, a Major League team seems to want the opposite. Ethan Lindsey reports.
Since it's no longer an Olympic sport, baseball needs an international forum to attract fans around the globe. Organizers hope the first-ever World Baseball Classic, which starts today, will be that magnet. Curt Nickisch reports.
President Bush heads to Pakistan tomorrow to meet with President Pervez Musharraf. Miranda Kennedy reports the American President will be offering a package of economic concessions to reward Pakistan's help in the war on terror.
The computer chipmaker announces today that it plans to construct a $300 million assembly plant in Vietnam. As Alisa Roth reports, the former US foe hopes the move will spur greater foreign investment.