Kerry in Israel for New Round of Peace Talks
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived Thursday in Israel to broker Mideast peace talks that are entering a difficult phase aimed at reaching a two-state solution between the Israelis and Palestinians. (Jan. 2)
Officials Warn of Avoidable Death in Hot Cars
US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx joins advocates in urging the public to always be aware of their children inside the family car as temperatures rise this summer. (July 24)
Power to Be Restored After Wash. Wildfire
Officials in central Washington State say they plan to restore power to much of the wildfire-ravaged Methow Valley on Friday, after a massive wildfire tore through the region. (July 25)
Taliban stop cars, kill passengers in central Afghanistan
Taliban insurgents kill at least 14 people, including three women and a child, after stopping their vehicles in central Afghanistan. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
AP Top Stories July 25 A
Here's the latest news for Friday, July 25th: Israeli aircraft hit 30 houses in Gaza Strip; Power being restored to wildfire-ravaged Washington state; Wreckage of Algerian plane found in Mali desert; Emory University creates Battle of Atlanta app.
Ukraine Crisis Explained
Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric explains how and why the current crisis in Ukraine began.
Communities shaken by mideast attacks
Cross-border attacks between Israel and Gaza shake communities as ceasefire efforts have yet to bear fruit. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Iraq picks new president
Iraqi parliament elects senior Kurdish politican as president, the second step towards forming a government. Paul Chapman reports
TechBytes: Apple, Halo
Apple may release a mobile wallet allowing users to pay with their iPhone.
Israel Mulls Ceasefire Amid Gaza Offensive
Israel's security cabinet meets on Friday. A top Israeli official says ceasefire efforts and the possibility of expanding the Gaza offensive are both on the table. (July 25)