Watch the full show from Friday, January 22: conditions in Haiti are slowly improving, depending on where in the capital you are; a growing number of Haitians are leaving on dangerous journeys in overcrowded boats; and, global markets react negatively to Obama's plan to tighten control over U.S. banks.
Watch the full show from Thursday, January 21: China's economy is growing faster than expected; China is also coming to the rescue of many Haitians; one Haitian family's quest to bury a loved one with dignity; and, pandas debut at this year’s World Expo in Shanghai.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, January 19: Haitian children left orphaned in the aftermath; a high speed railroad in China links distant cities; President Obama's foreign policy record in Africa; and, Orthodox Christians commemorate the Epiphany with an icy plunge.
Watch the full show from Monday, January 18: Haitian police fire on looters; Taliban militants launch attacks in Afghanistan; President Barack Obama's foreign policy successes and failures during the last year; and, a food fight between Lebanon and Israel over who invented hummus.
Description: Watch the full show from Friday, January 15: the "Haiti in Ruins" special edition of Worldfocus -- food trickles in, medical treatment is lacking, and survivors continue to emerge; some refugees are crossing into the Dominican Republic; and, Haitians abroad wait to find out if loved ones are still alive.
Watch the full show from Thursday, January 14: aid from around the world begins to arrive as an estimated 3 million Haitians need help; President Obama tells Haitians they will not be forsaken; and, a look at Haiti's history of political instability and environmental disaster.
Watch the full show from Tuesday, January 12: Tehran bombing kills a prominent Iranian scientist; Harry Reid's comments about President Obama spark a global debate on race; churches are set afire as religious strife rages in Malaysia; and, high-tech gadgets lead the blind in Greece.