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After nearly four years of violence, homelessness and death, the people of Darfur, Sudan continue to suffer, with no end in sight.
The American election has also proven quite fascinating for one group of visiting international journalists: students from China.
English is the most spoken language worldwide, but it might not be for long.
Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru, discusses how to eat healthily and save money.
Heather Burczynski discusses how and why she changed her lifestyle and lost 130 pounds. She was featured in USA Today.
The Olympics are over, but many Chinese don't see today as the end of the party.
In China the church is growing so fast there's a shortage of pastors. And finding new ones isn't easy.
Now that the Olympics are over, some are wondering where China goes from here.
Thirty years ago, the Chinese government forbid all religious activity. Today, freedom of religion is in China's constitution.
As thousands prayed in Washington D.C., miles away in Beijing, Olympic athletes were also meeting for a weekend of prayer.
Parts of the historic city of Beijing are fast disappearing, leaving many residents longing for the old days.
Some of the Games' most impressive achievements come free of charge, courtesy of thousands Olympic volunteers.
Beijing has made massive strides in cleaning up the city for the Olympics. But China's war with pollution is only just beginning.
China has spent more than $50 million to make the Beijing Olympics the most secure in Olympic history.
One Chinese says he has preached from every book of the Bible, and that his sermons have been free of government censorship or interference.
The day has finally come. After seven years and close to $42 billion later, the Beijing Olympics begins.
As millions of Chinese catch Olympic fever, fitness is becoming a bigger part of their lives.
China hopes the Games will help transform its international image, but building that reputation has been a challenge.