Appeals Court: States Can't Ban Gay Marriage
A federal appeals court ruled that states must allow gay couples to marry, finding the Constitution protects same-sex relationships and putting a remarkable legal winning streak across the country one step closer to the U.S. Supreme Court. (June 25)
NYC Doctor-in-chief Seeks Community Approach
A shift from former Mayor Bloomberg's administration, New York City's new health commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett faces broad challenges as physician-in-chief of 8.4 million New Yorkers. (Aug. 21)
ShowBiz Minute: Crystal, Bieber, Stone
Billy Crystal to pay tribute to Williams; Photographer sues Bieber over Hawaii altercation; Emma Stone to enter 'Cabaret' on Broadway. (Aug. 21)
What's behind Russia's McDonald's probe?
Russia has ramped up its scrutiny of McDonald's restaurants a day after four branches in Moscow were shuttered. As Sonia Legg reports some see the move as politcally motivated by sanctions over Ukraine.
Israeli airstrike misses Hamas military chief, kills his family
U.S. Ebola patient to be released from Atlanta hospital
American doctor Kent Brantly who contracted Ebola while treating patients in Liberia has recovered and will be discharged from Atlanta's Emory Hospital. Linda So reports.
New York Police Department accused of covering up after police runs over student
Iceland raises threat level for Bardarbunga volcano following quakes
Europe slows and sanctions yet to bite
Euro zone private business growth slowed more than expected in August, despite widespread price cutting. As Ciara Lee reports the fact that the survey doesn't include the impact from sanctions over Ukraine is a worry.
Tear gas fired at protesters ahead of court verdict on election
Indonesian police fire tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters outside the country's top court in Jakarta, as judges deliver their verdict into last month's disputed presidential election. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).