We look back on the biggest stories of 2011– from the Occupy Wall Street protests to the death of Osama bin Laden. What do you think the biggest story of 2011 was? Tell us in the comments section or on Facebook.
As the war drew to a close this year, we spoke with families who lost loved ones, soldiers who served and Iraqis whose lives were changed.
2011 was a time of great violence and change for Libya-- see highlights of our coverage, from our interview with rebels healing in the U.S. after fighting Gadhafi, to our story about a Libyan author heading home for the first time in 30 years.
It's hard to imagine how different the Arab world's political landscape was at this time last year. We look back at our coverage, from our interview with Egypt's Wael Ghonim to a look at Yemen's crisis.
Japan's earthquake and tsunami in March took more than 20,000 lives, and caused a nuclear crisis when the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant was damaged. Today more than 80,000 residents still remain evacuated across the country.
Occupy Wall Street had its start in New York City and spread to dozens of locations across the country. What's next for the movement?
How did the death of Osama bin Laden reverberate through the U.S. and the Middle East? See all of our coverage here.
From the tornadoes in the Midwest to the drought in Texas, a look at the year in weather.
This program aired on December 27, 2011. The audio for this program is not available.