Politicians and public figures suspected of buying property with corrupt money will be forced to explain their wealth, or face the seizure of their assets under new legislation that has come into force in Britain this month. As Henry Ridgwell reports from London, the so-called Unexplained Wealth Orders have been welcomed by activists, who say the British capital is at the center of a global web of corrupt and embezzled money.
When two people see things the same way, it is often said that they are "operating on the same wavelength." That concept recently got a scientific stamp of approval when researchers at the University of Cambridge found that adults' and infants' brainwaves synchronize when they look at each other's eyes while singing a nursery rhyme. VOA's George Putic has more.