Putin to pardon oil tycoon
Russian President Vladimir Putin has agreed to pardon one-time political foe and oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky in a surprise act of mercy. Julie Noce reports.
Reimagining the mall as we know it
While much has been made of the decline of the modern mall, the back-to-school shopping season offers a glimpse into how malls are adapting to change. Lily Jamali reports.
Tesla Charges Into China
Stock hits record high on expansion news.
To supply a cannabis extract that helps ease seizures in children, the Stanley brothers have planted acres of hemp in a field in eastern Colorado.
Day in Pictures: 8/29/14
Images from across the globe: U.N. Peacekeepers Observe Syria, U.S. Delivers Weapons to Lebanon, Oregon Wildfires Rage, Frustration at the Open
NASCAR's Tony Stewart returns to racing after Kevin Ward death
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart says accidentally killing a fellow driver earlier this month will affect him forever, but that returning to racing this weekend will help him deal with the tragedy. Linda So reports.
Ultra Orthodox Jews told to leave Guatemala village
Just months after fleeing Canada to make a home in remote part of Guatemala, a group of ultra orthodox Jews are forced out in a bitter conflict with villagers. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Owen Wilson in Venice, CeeLo Green pleads no contest
The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Owen Wilson arrives to the Venice Film Festival, CeeLo Green pleads no contest, and Shakira is pregnant. Bob Mezan reports.
Pentagon Considers Military Operations in Syria
Pentagon officials say they are planning for potential military options in Syria, targeting Islamic militants. Those operations would extend efforts already underway in Iraq, which officials say is costing an average of $7.5 million per day. (Aug. 29)
U.S. releases video of airstrike on Islamic State
The U.S. government has released new video showing U.S. airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq. Rough cut (no reporter narration)