Heading into harm's way in South Sudan
Hundreds of South Sudanese troops head to the flashpoint town of Jonglei to reinforce troops who have been battling with rebels for almost a week. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Raw: Gunmen Attack Iraqi Prison Convoy
Sixty people died in Taji, north of Baghdad, Thursday after gunmen attacked a prisoner convoy, setting off a a gunbattle with troops. It was not immediately clear if the prisoners were killed by soldiers or militants, or if the Islamic State group was inv
Asia Week Ahead: Can Samsung get its mojo back?
Earnings season is in full swing in Asia, with mobile handset king Samsung expected to confirm disappointing results, and Japan's steel titans providing insight into regional demand for the alloy. Jon Gordon reports.
WhatsApp rival Line could revive Tokyo exchange with IPO
Messenger app giant Line's exploding popularity and exponential revenue growth could help it shine amid a lackluster year of IPOs - if it does select Tokyo for its listing. Yonggi Kang reports.
Shells hit UN-run refugee center in Gaza, killing 15
'Apostasy' woman arrives in Italy
Sudanese woman reprieved from execution for converting from Islam to Christianity and then stopped from leaving the country arrives in Italy. Paul Chapman reports
Today in History for July 25th
Highlights of this day in history: Andrea Doria begins to sink after a collision in the North Atlantic; An Air France Concorde crashes outside Paris; First 'test-tube' baby born; Golfer Ben Hogan dies; 'A Chorus Line' opens on Broadway. (July 25)
Arizona Prison Chief: Execution Wasn't Botched
Arizona's prisons chief says Wednesday's nearly two-hour execution of a murderer was not botched and the inmate was never in pain. (July 24)
Calif. Police Investigate Peacock Shooting Death
Warning: Contains graphic content. Police are looking for a man suspected of shooting and killing a peacock from his Mercedes-Benz earlier this month in Southern California. Witnesses said the bird was standing in a driveway at the time. (July 24)
Ban 'shocked and appalled' by shelling of Gaza school
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon made plea for Israel and Hamas to end conflict and vehemently condemned the shelling of a U.N.-run school in the Gaza Strip. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).