Pets and owners race to the finish line at Chinese ski resort
Ducks and dogs hit the slopes at a ski resort in China. Sharon Reich reports.
Breakingviews: China too good to pass up for food producers
New Zealand dairy producer Fonterra knows that operating in China carries risk, but a recent investment shows the allure of opportunity is worth the plunge, says Breakingviews' Peter Thal Larsen.
Chinese liquor brands look beyond banquets
With a crackdown on luxury consumption in China, spirit makers like Kweichow Moutai are feeling the pain. Reuters correspondent Adam Jourdan looks at how the company can turn their luck around.
Today in History August 28
Highlights of this day in history: Martin Luther King, Jr. gives 'I Have a Dream' speech; Clashes mar 1968 Democratic National Convention; Black teen Emmett Till abducted, killed in Mississippi; Britain's Prince Charles, Princess Diana granted a divorce.
U.S. Air National Guard F-15C jet crashes in western Virginia
Hamas fighters claim Gaza victory as Netanyahu faces criticism at home
Hamas fighters cheer and proclaim victory over the latest fighting with Israel, as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu goes under fire over his leadership during the seven-week long conflict. Mana Rabiee reports.
Clarkson Talks Indie Drama 'Last Weekend'
Patricia Clarkson and Zachary Booth discuss their new indie film "Last Weekend" about a dysfunctional family reuniting at their Lake Tahoe vacation home. (Aug. 27)
Day in Pictures: 8/27/14
Freed U.S. Journalist Addresses Press, Ukraine Stands Guard, Spain's Annual "Tomatina" Battle, Chicago Celebrates The Little League National Champions
Shooting by 9-year-old Girl Stirs Up Gun Debate
A 9-year-old accidentally killed an Arizona shooting instructor as he was showing her how to use an automatic Uzi, stirring up the nation's ongoing gun debate. (Aug. 27)
"Cops" TV show staffer killed during gunfight
Omaha police say "Cops" television crew member Bryce Dion was fatally shot by an officers' bullet as they responded to a robbery. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).