German FM meets with Ukraine protesters
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle meets with opposition leaders in Ukraine, saying door to Europe "remains open". Meanwhile, President Viktor Yanukovich continues China visit. Michaela Cabrera reports.
US Ebola Patients Leave Hospital; Manhunt Underway for Foley's Executioner
As Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly leaves the hospital, the National Guard withdraws from Ferguson, and Bank of America agrees to record $16.65 billion mortgage settlement.
US: We Do Not Pay Ransom to Terrorists
U.S officials highlighted Thursday that the U.S. is against paying ransom to terrorists in regards to James Foley's killing. Officials also talked about the failed attempt to rescue the journalist and other Americans from ISIL this summer. (Aug. 21)
US Launches Six More Airstrikes Against ISIS
Barrage targeted the Mosul Dam; British intelligence looks to identify who killed James Foley.
Luxury dilemma: Does it pay to play with Amazon?
Different brands in the premium luxury segment are walking a fine line in managing their relationships with Amazon. Lily Jamali reports.
Clashes in Santiago as students demand education reform
Students and riot police clash on the streets of Santiago, angry at the lack of participation from social organizations in education reform. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Day in Pictures: 8/21/14
Images from across the globe: Hiroshima Landslide Deaths Rise, Indian Protest Turns Violent, U.S. Ebola Patient Discharged, Obama Hits the Links.
Ferguson Teachers Training to Deal With Trauma
Schools in the St. Louis metro area held a training seminar Thursday to instruct teachers on how to deal with students traumatized by the events in Ferguson, Missouri. (Aug. 21)
Back to School: Makeover Your Locker
8 affordable tips that will transform your locker from bare to beautiful.
S&P 500 closes at new high
Summary: Upbeat economic data drives the S&P 500 to a new record; Bank of America reaches $17b settlement; Family Dollar rejects Dollar General bid in favor of Dollar Tree, Sears reports yet another loss. Bobbi Rebell reports.