Crackdown in Iraq
Iraqi security forces launch a crackdown on al Qaeda-linked groups in effort to stem violence. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
St. Louis police fatally shoot robbery suspect near Ferguson
Bardarbunga volcano seismic activity prompts Iceland to raise flight alert
New Mexico Student in Critical Condition After Lightning Strike
Lightning struck a tree near football field, injuring students and coaches.
Changes Coming to No-Fly List
The Obama administration is promising to change the way travelers can ask to be removed from its no-fly list of suspected terrorists banned from air travel. (Aug. 20)
Did Aliens Force Pope Benedict To Resign?
Did Aliens Force Pope Benedict To Resign? In February 2013, Pope Benedict XVI suddenly resigned. Offiicially this was due to his poor health - but was there more to his resignation than we were told?
Raw: IDF Footage Said to Show Airstrikes
The Israeli military released footage on Wednesday showing Israeli aircrafts targeting what they said were rocket launching sites in the Gaza Strip overnight. About 2,000 reserve soldiers were called up for duty. Some video silent. (Aug. 20)
Tsunami family reunited
Another miracle for an Indonesian family who is reunited with their long lost son after being swept away in 2004 Tsunami. Julie Noce reports.
AP Top Stories August 20 A
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, August 20th: American journalist beheaded; Changes planned on how travelers can protest no-fly list; Holder gets ready to visit Ferguson; 111-year-old from Japan recognized as oldest man.
TechBytes: Apple; Sharp
Apple riding high with earnings as it prepares to introduce new iPhone