At least 290 people killed and more than 500 wounded in blasts in and around Sri Lanka's capital, and warnings may have been "ignored"
In Paris, where Notre Dame burned this week, faithful congregants celebrated Easter. For many, it was bittersweet because they couldn't attend services at the famed cathedral. The rector says it may not reopen for least five years, so Parisioners went to Saint Eustache church instead. Roxana Saberi reports.
Another battle is brewing at the southern border, this time over the arrest of the leader of an armed militia. Officials say Larry Hopkins is a dangerous felon, but his supporters say authorities in New Mexico are targeting U.S. citizens instead of helping protect the border. Ileana Diaz reports.
One of the most popular Korean pop groups in the world is the boy band known as BTS (for "Beyond the Scene") – the first Korean act to sell out a U.S. stadium; the first K-Pop group to present at the Grammy Awards; and the first Korean pop band to be featured on Time Magazine's Most Influential List. Seth Doane interviews the group's members – seven young men between the ages of 21 and 26 who consider themselves family, who've trained, composed music and grown up together, and who all live in the same house – and goes behind the scenes in a Seoul rehearsal studio.
Men and women from every walk of life, most of whom had never sung a day in their lives, have come together to give voice to the grief of losing a family member - and the hope for a reunion with those missing
Did the couple choose a name? Do we know the gender? What's the due date?
David Turecamo, "Our Man in Paris," explores the history of France's famed Notre Dame Cathedral and explains how it was saved from near destruction. This story originally broadcast on April 24, 2011.
Even if we end CO2 emissions by 2055, global temperatures could stay dangerously high for decades