New Fossil Site Discovered in Canada Called "Epic" By Researchers
A new fossil site uncovered in a Canadian national park is being called 'epic' by researchers, who say it could hold more species than anywhere else in the world. Jen Markham explains.
ShowBiz Minute: Hoffman, Oberst, Box Office
Philip Seymour Hoffman didn't want 'trust fund' kids; Conor Oberst dismisses lawsuit against accuser; 'Apes' holds box office reign with $36.3M. (July 22)
WWII Vet Gets Medals, 70 Years Late
A World War II US Army Veteran was presented with his medals in Rhode Island on Monday. Veteran Anthony D'Abrosca was honored for his service in the Pacific. (July 22)
Intersection: Quirky Style in Nashville
In Nashville’s 12 South neighborhood, Logan Yandell, a musician, sports several tattoos that celebrate the city.
AP Top Stories July 22 A
Here's the latest news for Tuesday, July 22nd: Israel bombs multiple targets in Gaza; Three teens accused of fatally beating two Albuquerque homeless men; Taiwan prepares for typhoon; Firefighters hope weather will hope battle Washington wildfire.
Cooper, Pratt at All-star 'Galaxy' Premiere
It wasn't quite the Oscars, but the "Guardians of the Galaxy" unveiling, set on the same site as the annual Academy Awards arrivals, was bigger than the average movie premiere with Bradley Cooper, Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana walking the carpet. (July 22)
Ramadan adding to Nigerian price woes?
As Muslims around the world continue to mark the holy month of Ramadan, Nigerians are complaining at rising food prices. Despite roaring growth in recent years, life in Africa's largest economy continues to be a struggle for many who still live on less than a dollar a day. David Pollard reports.
Israeli Aircraft Hits Dozens of Gaza Targets
Israeli airstrikes pummeled a wide range of targets in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday. More casualties are reported on both sides of the fighting. (July 22)
TechBytes: iPhone, Facebook
Apple is showing confidence in the new iPhone by ordering 70-80 million of them.
Gaza offensive enters third week
Israel's military offensive in Gaza goes into its third week as the U.S steps up efforts to help bring about a ceasefire. Paul Chapman reports