Crackdown on illegal migrant workers in Malaysia
Malaysia cracks down on illegal migrant workers, threatening to deport them within a week. Michaela Cabrera reports.
David Perdue Wins Georgia GOP Senate Runoff
Businessman David Perdue defeated longtime Rep. Jack Kingston in a Republican runoff for Georgia's U.S. Senate nomination, setting up a general election matchup against Democrat Michelle Nunn. (July 23)
Afghan suicide bomber kills four foreign security guards
Who says fish can't drive?
Dutch designers have built a prototype 'car' for fish. Equipped with a webcam, micro-computer and motorised wheels, the mobile fish tank utilises computer vision technology to track its fish driver's movements to get around. Jim Drury has more.
Clinton: "AIDS-Free Generation Within Our Reach"
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton told an AIDS Conference in Melbourne on Wednesday that "an AIDS-free generation is within our reach." (July 23)
98-Year-Old Woman Left in Parked Truck
Police in Maryland say a North Carolina man left a vulnerable person sitting in his truck in a casino parking garage for nearly five hours: his 98-year-old mother. (July 23)
Home-sharing Programs Help Seniors
Thousands of aging Americans are taking part in home-sharing programs around the country. The programs, usually nonprofit, help older adults save money and find companionship. (July 23)
Disabled Veterans Memorial Nearing Completion
The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial will be dedicated in Washington in early October. With time short, construction workers are putting all the pieces together. (July 23)
Last Mass Lynching in U.S. Remains Unsolved
Sixty-eight years after four people were killed near Monroe, Georgia, the last mass lynching in the United States remains unsolved. This week, the lynching, which happened on July 25th, 1946, is being commemorated -- and, re-enacted. (July 23)
Raw: Typhoon Brings Heavy Wind, Rain to Taiwan
Typhoon Matmo made landfall in eastern Taiwan on Wednesday causing damage to homes and property. (July 23)