New Details in NY Train Derailment Investigation
The National Transportation Safety Board says brake failure and alcohol were not factors in the commuter train derailment that killed four people Sunday. Meanwhile a friend of the engineer is defending the driver of that train. (Dec. 3)
Bigger Apple phone, bigger orders
Apple is asking suppliers to make 70 to 80 million units of its new larger screen iPhone, a lot more initially than its current model. Fred Katayama reports.
Four children killed in head-on collision in France
FAA issues 24-hour ban on all U.S. flights to Israel
Raw: MD Church Built in 1773 Ravaged by Fire
Authorities say a 241-year-old church on the National Register of Historic Places has been ravaged by fire in Maryland. (July 22)
Flight to Tel Aviv From US Diverted to Paris
A Delta Boeing 747 from New York headed for Tel Aviv in Israel was diverted to Paris on Tuesday. (July 22)
Raw: Massive Explosion in Gaza City
A huge explosion lit up the night sky over Gaza City orange as Israel continued its relentless offensive in the Gaza Strip. (July 22)
Palestinian and Israeli security forces clash with Palestinian youths
Palestinian security forces in Hebron scuffle with Palestinian youths, attempting to stop the latter from clashing with Israeli riot police and military forces in Bethlehem. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
AP Review: Amazon Fire Adds Spark to Smartphones
Amazon's new Fire phone uses tweaks to the Android operating system and some innovative features to set it apart from smartphones from the likes of Apple and Samsung. (July 22)
Animal ban in Mexico City circuses stirs unrest among performers
Circus performers protest in Mexico City over legislation from the local government to ban animals under the big top. Nathan Frandino reports.