Thursday is World TB Day, bringing attention to the disease that kills an estimated 1.7 million people each year. Photographers look at the toll of the disease in Brazil, Afghanistan and India.
In other news Wednesday, protests continued across the Arab world as new unrest developed in Greece and India. Protesters in Yemen held their ground after their camp was attacked by pro-government forces. In Saudia Arabia, King Abdullah announced a series…
In the first report of a year-long partnership with National Geographic magazine examining population issues, special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from New Delhi, where rapid and unplanned population growth is exacerbating a shortage of water.
By Talea Miller
Health experts are calling for the creation of a cholera vaccine stockpile so the vaccine can be deployed in future cholera outbreaks, like the one still spreading in Haiti.
President Obama's endorsement of India's demand for a permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council reflects the country's growing global weight. Ray Suarez gets two views on the president's trip and U.S.-Indian relations from Deepa Ollapally of George Washington University…
President Obama announced support for India to join the United Nations Security Council but possible opposition from other countries could slow or block the bid. Judy Woodruff has more.
New violence has erupted in Kashmir, where a crackdown on protests against Indian rule has intensified in recent months. It is the latest in decades of unrest in this territory, where power is divided between India and Pakistan but there…
President Obama began a 10-day trip to Asia Friday. Margaret Warner gives a preview of his itinerary and goals for this trip with two officials from past administrations, Douglas Paal and Wendy Sherman.
In today's arts and culture headlines, the end of the Sony Walkman and the passing of television cartoonist Alexander Anderson Jr., creator of Rocky the flying squirrel and Bullwinkle the moose.
By Larisa Epatko
The Commonwealth Games -- former British colonies' version of the Olympics -- begin Oct. 3 in India, but preparations have been muddled by a collapsed pedestrian bridge, filthy athletes' village and the shooting of two tourists in New Delhi.
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