In Taiwan, many villages are nearly forgotten. Young people have left for work in the cities and local trades such as fishing have declined. But more than 90 of these villages got a makeover in the past decade. Artists have painted giant, colorful murals on the walls of old buildings or streets. Two villages are especially popular and attract tourists. Instead of gray houses, they're taking in rainbow-colored art, sharks and a poodle that licks people's hands. Ralph Jennings has this report.
Two new reports came out this month highlighting the threat of North Korea's nuclear weapons program. Meanwhile the White House continues with plans to hold another summit between U-S- President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un. Experts warn that this summit must produce more substance than the first. White House Correspondent Patsy Widakuswara has more.