No unity yet on banking union
Investors are missing clarity on the world economy but European finance ministers are unlikely to provide it. That's the view of many as Europe's finance ministers again attempt to make progress on banking union. Sonia Legg reports
At least 20 migrants drown off Libyan coast, many still missing
Libya's coast guard recovers the bodies of 20 migrants who drowned off Tripoli's coast, saying 16 others were found alive but that many more remain missing. Mana Rabiee reports.
Iraqi Yazidis flee violence, cross into Turkey
Fleeing the violence and instability in their homeland, Iraqi Yazidis trek a dusty mountain road on foot to seek refuge across the border in Turkey. Mana Rabiee reports.
Jeremy Renner Ready for Ice Bucket Challenge
Jeremy Renner joined social media just in time for the ALS ice bucket challenge, which he says he's ready to accept. But the 'Kill The Messenger' star says he won't be weighing in on another Twitter hot topic: Ferguson, Missouri. (Aug. 22)
FBI Warns of ISIS Retaliation in US; Rick Perry Courts New Hampshire
As James Foley's siblings speak out about their brother's captivity, Russia is condemned over sending convoy to Ukraine, and an injured koala is saved in a dramatic rescue.
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Here's the latest news for Friday, August 22nd: Russian aid convoy enters Ukraine after delays; Flash flood warnings in Indiana; Rain delays rescue efforts after Japan landslide; Chuck Brown Memorial Park opens in D.C.
S&P falls back from record high
Summary: Yellen says U.S. job market is still in recovery; Stocks mostly lower; iPhone 6 hits production snags. Bobbi Rebell reports.
'Jersey Shore Massacre' Pokes Fun at MTV Series
Jenni 'JWoww' Farley executive produces a new comedy-slasher flick, 'Jersey Shore Massacre' that pokes fun at the MTV series that made her famous. It's now in theaters. (Aug. 22)
Syrian rebels introduce the "hell cannon"
A cannon cobbled together from artillery parts is the newest weapon in the battle for control of an increasingly fractured Syria. Deborah Gembara reports.
Chase Rice Defends Bro-Country
Country singer Chase Rice, who helped co-write Florida Georgia Line's hit "Cruise," says he's writing music that appeals to men as well as women, but also said female singers deserve the spot they've earned in country music today. (Aug. 22)