For decades, India has seen a one-way migration from the countryside into towns for jobs as farmers battle water shortages, degraded soils, low crop prices and the effects of climate change. But reversing the tide, some people are returning to family farms hoping to introduce modern techniques to address these challenges and boost agricultural incomes. Anjana Pasricha met some of the new age farmers at a center run in collaboration with the Indian and Israeli governments.
John Cronin has never been one to let disability hold him back. The 22-year-old from Long Island, N.Y., was born with Down syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes developmental and intellectual delays. Motivated by his family’s love and encouragement, Cronin teamed up with his father 18 months ago to open a business. But not just any business. John's Crazy Socks sells, you guessed it, socks. And as Faiza Elmasry reports, it's a business worth $4 million. Faith Lapidus narrates.