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South Korean School Reopens After Ferry Disaster

Students returned to a South Korean high school hit hard by the ferry disaster. A majority of the 16- and 17-year old students from the school's second grade are dead or missing.
 
US-Russia war of words on Ukraine

U.S and Poland launch military exercises as war of words heightens between Washington and Moscow over Ukraine. Paul Chapman reports
 
The Asia pivot paradox: Obamas relationship with Japan, South Korea and China

President Obama is in Asia for a four-country tour to promote commerce and trade as part of his administration's so-called "Asia pivot." But with rising tensions in the region, what does his relationship with Japan, South Korea and China look like?
 
Prince William and Kate Plant Roots in Australia

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by children as they planted a tree at the National Arboretum in Canberra and attended a reception on the penultimate day of their tour of Australia.
 
Palestinian unity pact upsets U.S.

U.S. says it's disappointed by the unity pact agreed between rival Palestinian groups in West Bank and Gaza. Paul Chapman reports.
 
Apple Artificially Inflating Valuation: Analyst

Apple announced a share buyback, stock split and dividend increase. Tech analyst Rob Enderle from Enderle Group tells the WSJ's Joanne Po that these moves are artificially inflating the company’ valuation.
 
Tutu wont vote for ANC in May polls

Retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu tells the public not to vote like cattle in South Africa's elections in May. Paul Chapman reports.
 
How to Prevent the Next Heartbleed

Security expert Ronald Gula of Tenable Network Security tells the WSJ's Joanne Po that a full auditing of business networks will help prevent a repeat of the Heartbleed debacle for consumers and companies alike.
 
Brother-in-law of Prince Charles dies

The brother-in-law of Britain's Prince Charles dies after suffering head injury in a fall in New York. Paul Chapman reports.
 
Real Or Pseudo Internships?

There’s a new type of “internship” hitting some college and even high school campuses, and while it has its supporters, some educators are worried about the trend. Co-eds are volunteering to shill for companies in exchange for references and resume fodder
 
Real Or Pseudo Internships?

There’s a new type of “internship” hitting some college and even high school campuses, and while it has its supporters, some educators are worried about the trend. Co-eds are volunteering to shill for companies in exchange for references and resume fodder
 
Real Or Pseudo Internships?

There’s a new type of “internship” hitting some college and even high school campuses, and while it has its supporters, some educators are worried about the trend. Co-eds are volunteering to shill for companies in exchange for references and resume fodder
 
Brother of Britains Camilla dies

The brother of Camilla Parker-Bowles, second wife of the heir to the UK throne Prince Charles, dies after a fall in New York. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
 
Brother of Britains Camilla dies

The brother of Camilla Parker-Bowles, second wife of the heir to the UK throne Prince Charles, dies after a fall in New York. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
 
Michael Phelps dives into competitive swimming... again

The world's most decorated Olympian, Michael Phelps, makes his first return to competitive swimming since the 2012 London games. Jillian Kitchener reports.
 
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