The Calif. central valley grows many U.S. agricultural products. However, a drought has set off a battle for the water left, and provided a study of climate change dilemmas. Seth Doane reports.
After the overwhelming earthquake, many Haitian children have become orphans. The children who'd lost their parents before the earthquake have now lost the home that took them in. Seth Doane reports.
Continuous housing foreclosures have made this the deepest housing crisis since the great depression. As Seth Doane reports, one judge has become determined to keep families in their houses.
Although more Americans are pessimistic about the economy, for a small, but growing number of people, the economy has already hit rock bottom. Seth Doane takes a look at a place known as "Tent City."
The annual migration of the Monarch butterfly leaves anyone who sees it All a-flutter, but how much longer this rite of spring will continue no one knows. It's a question Seth Doane decided to look into.
Iran's defeated Presidential candidate Mousavi is being supported by many Iranians in America, some of whom are expressing anger and frustration with art. Seth Doane has more.
Najibulluh Zazi, a Colorado man in the center of a terrorism investigation, told the Denver Post he has no ties to Al-Qaeda. As Seth Doane reports, Zazi was a no-show for his fourth day of questioning.
The beating death of a Mexican immigrant has divided the small town of Shenandoah, Penn. Four high school students, all on the football team, are the main suspects. Seth Doane reports.
Postville, Iowa's largest factory, a Kosher meatpacking plant, has closed following fraud charges, leaving behind hundreds of employees without work. Seth Doane reports.
On this week's Under the Radar, Erica Hill and Seth Doane show us a Creative Christmas light display in Chicago; Also, a dog employee at a BP gas station.
Stores are enticing consumers to buy more early in case the money runs out and on "Black Friday" there's no shortage of buyers, reports Seth Doane.
Some victims were able to escape the gunfire in the Mumbai attacks and will recover from their wounds, while others never made it out of the chaos. Seth Doane has more.
Senior citizens who receive home health care are worried what proposed Medicare cuts will mean for them. As Seth Doane reports, seniors are closely watching the Healthcare debate on Capitol Hill.
Seth Doane speaks about the tens of thousands of protesters packing the streets of Tehran, demanding a new vote. Now the battle is being waged in cyberspace as well.
The University of Connecticut's women's basketball team won its 88th consecutive game, tying the men's 36-year-old record. Seth Doane reports as the team prepares for the record-breaking game.
For the 15 million American still out of work, it is of little solace to them that they aren't alone, especially as the holidays quickly approach and the unemployment rate increases to 10%. As Seth Doane reports, many are on the job-hunt and those numbers are growing.