Icahn withdraws Apple buyback plan
Investor Carl Icahn backed down from his fight to get Apple to buy back more shares as more big investors sided with the iPhone maker. Fred Katayama reports.
President lookalike causes stir in China
A pancake vendor in China said to bear an uncanny resemblance to Chinese President Xi Jinping. Natalie Thomas reports.
Girl cured of HIV shows signs of virus
More Immigrants Detained Along Rio Grande
A group of immigrants was detained along the Rio Grande in South Texas on Thursday as congress discussed the immigration crisis. Outlines of a possible congressional compromise to address the crisis are emerging. (July 11)
Border Crisis: Unaccompanied Minors Entering U.S. Illegally Explained
Over the last nine months, more than 52,000 unaccompanied children have been caught crossing the Mexico U.S border. Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric explains why there’s been such a dramatic increase.
21 injured after bus flips on Mexican highway
Raw: Funeral in Gaza for Family of 8
Palestinians in Gaza held a funeral for eight members of a family, killed in an Israeli airstrike early Thursday. Israel says it's doing all it can to avoid civilian casualties. (July 11)
Army recaptures part of eastern Ukraine despite casualties
Soft Robot Fish Lead New Wave of Robotics
MIT researchers have created what they say is the first self-contained soft robot. In this case, a fluid robot fish that is powered by water, can react to its environment and is soft to touch. (July 11)
Downside of Low Mortgage Rates? Less Selling
Would-be home sellers across the country are grappling with a once-in-a-lifetime problem: They have mortgage rates so absurdly low it would hurt them financially to sell. (July 11)