G20 finance ministers gather for group photograph in Australia's Sydney
G20 finance ministers and central bankers gather for group photograph on the first day of their two-day meeting in Australia's Sydney. Rough Cut. (No Reporter Narration).
Bieber and Gomez on Screen
At the premiere of her latest movie 'Behaving Badly,' Selena Gomez showed off her midriff and posed for selfies with fans, while director Tim Garrick said that Justin Bieber visited the film set so often that he convinced the 'Baby' singer to be in the mo
Obama eats no frills BBQ with Kansas City penpals
President Obama eats a no-frills BBQ in Kansas City with people who had written letters thanking him for initiatives that had made their lives better. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Scores feared trapped by landslide in India
Up to 200 people are feared trapped by a landlside triggered by heavy rains in western India. Rescue workers are trying to reach the area but have been hampered by poor weather and difficult terrain. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
At Least 20 Chikungunya Cases in New Jersey
At least 20 New Jersey residents have tested positive for chikungunya, a mosquito-borne virus that has spread through the Caribbean. (July 30)
AP Top Stories July 30 A
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, July 30th: Israel drops leaflets in Gaza asking for information on Hamas; Flooding on UCLA campus after major water pipe burst; Japan takes part in RIMPAC drills; Otters enjoy water slides at zoo.
Black Talks Cool Names and Crazy People
Speaking at San Diego Comic Con about his role in the new 'Goosebumps' movie out next year, actor Jack Black explains why you need a cool name in showbiz in reference to author R.L Stein, and why crazy people scare him more than anything. (July 30)
Broken water main floods UCLA campus and surrounding area
Kyrgyz inventor turns van into mobile sauna
A villager in a remote part of Kyrgyzstan is offering rural shepherds the chance to rest their aching limbs with a scenic spa inside his van-cum-sauna. Ernist Ymanov re-designed his old wagon by adding a stove and water canister inside, and has found local herdsmen eager to give the machine a try. Jim Drury has more.
Gaza shelling hits UN school
A U.N. school being used as a refuge for Gaza residents is hit by shell fire. Paul Chapman reports.