China's big banks look cheap - but may be no bargain
There are reasons China's big banks have low valuations: asset quality risks, property sector exposure, shadow banking reform - and now, dot-com driven competition. Reuters' Jon Gordon reports.
Johnson: Six Arrests, No Tear Gas in Ferguson
Captain Ron Johnson of the Missouri Highway Patrol says protest crowds were much smaller in Ferguson, Missouri. He says six people were arrested on Wednesday night, compared to 47 the night before. (Aug. 21)
Russia's sanctions begin to bite
Carlsberg's profits fall and Greek farmers are left with a glut of fruit thanks to a weak Russian economy and a food ban. Hayley Platt looks at the impact the Ukraine crisis is having on European trade and business.
Thai coup leader Prayuth Chan-ocha nominated as prime minister
Members of Thailand's parliament elect Thai coup leader Prayuth Chan-ocha as the country's new prime minister. Julie Noce reports.
More shelling in eastern Ukraine leaves residents scared
Residents in eastern Ukraine caught in the middle as separatist rebels continue fighting government forces for control of the region. Julie Noce reports.
Raw: Rescue, Relief Efforts at Japan Landslide
Rescue and relief efforts continued in Hiroshima on Thursday, a day after a series of deadly landslides that left several missing, according to Japanese police. (Aug. 21)
Cadavers, a Teen, and a Medical School Dream
Contains graphic content. He's only 17. But Johntrell Bowles has wanted to be a doctor from a young age, despite the odds against him. He was recently the youngest participant in a cadaver program at the Indiana University NW medical school. (Aug. 21)
Raw: Woman Escorted From Ferguson Protests
A woman with a sign expressing support for the police was escorted from the demonstration in Ferguson, Missouri. Some protesters surrounded the woman to keep other protesters from harrassing her. (Aug. 21)
California Drought Stings Honeybees, Beekeepers
California's record drought is hurting honey supplies and raising prices for consumers. The lack of rainfall means fewer crops and wildflowers that provide the nectar bees need to make honey. (Aug. 21)
Manufacturing doubts muddy waters for China recovery
A fresh survey on the strength of China's vast manufacturing sector pours cold water on hopes for a clear recovery in the world's second largest economy. Tara Joseph reports.