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How Californians are coping with the drought and Governor Jerry Brown's own take.
What do today's arrests say about alleged corruption within football's governing body?
London, New York and Mumbai - cities where the cost of a home is out of reach for many.
130 years after the first skyscraper, why is the race to the top still as hot as ever?
Ethiopia has had a decade of double-digit growth but has freedom been a casualty of boom?
Joseph Stiglitz on why the gap between rich and poor has grown so wide
Palestinian businesses in the West Bank, the problems they face and what Israel is doing
A year after the conflict with Israel, how do ordinary people make a living in Gaza?
We ask why bond markets have been unusually volatile and unpredictable this past month.
Can Indian Prime Minister Modi narrow the economic gap between India and China?
How is the world going to cope with its rapidly ageing population?
Is Washington's call to allow exploration off Alaska's Coast worthwhile or too risky?
Did economics create the conditions for the riots, or was it down to lead-based paint?
The pressure of another last-minute debt showdown takes its toll in Greece
Unemployment at the heart of Europe
It has been five years since a 'flash crash' caused a collapse in US financial markets
Crowd-funding, electronic currencies - how much do they threaten the old banking model?
The revival in fortunes for Europe's vinyl record pressing plants
Obesity and malnutrition - we discover how the two are both part of a similar problem