Segments From this episode
Home sellers who managed to avoid foreclosure are now posting some pretty steep asking prices, which could draw out the housing crisis even longer. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
California has released its plans to achieve the goals of landmark global warming legislation it passed in 2006. The state wants to reduce greenhouse emissions and ramp up renewable energy production by 2020. Sam Eaton reports.
After North Korea released details on its nuclear program, President Bush lifted some sanctions against the communist nation. Host Bob Moon talks with professor David Kang about the impact of the new developments.
As the co-founder of Microsoft leaves to focus on his charitable work, the business world pauses to look back on the legacy of one of the most successful businessmen in history. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Violence across Mexico has intensified as the government has fought against the country's powerful drug cartels, often well-armed from the U.S. Host Bob Moon asks journalist James Verini what can be done to stem the cross-border arms trade.
Although Britain has sanctions against Zimbabwe's government, some British-owned businesses are still pumping money into the African nation. Stephen Beard reports.
Chinese officials are condemning houses damaged by the recent earthquake as part of the clean-up effort, but some residents fear officials are just paving the way for new development. Lisa Chow reports.