Super Bowl town fails to reap big game benefits
The home to MetLife Stadium and Super Bowl XLVIII in East Rutherford, New Jersey, fails to reap the rewards of hosting the game as New York overshadows the "Boulevard." Gavino Garay reports.
WHO warns of Ebola spread
Ebola claims more lives as World Health Organisation reports further spread through West Africa. Paul Chapman reports.
U.N. School in Gaza Hit by Israeli Strike
Israeli missile hits compound housing UN school in Gaza, killing at least 15 amid heavy fighting. No cease-fire between Israel and the militant group Hamas in sight, despite international efforts. (July 24)
Storm kills three, injures 20 at Virginia campground
A likely tornado tears through an eastern Virginia campground, killing three and injuring at least 20. Linda So reports.
Raw: Deadly Storm Hits Virginia Campground
A fierce storm packing powerful winds and rain toppled trees and flipped campers Thursday at a Virginia campground Thursday, killing at least two people and sending at least 20 more to hospitals, officials said. (July 24)
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)
Death Penalty Expert: 'This is a Turning Point'
The executive director of the Death Penalty Information Center in Washington says the prolonged execution of a condemned murderer in Arizona could mark a 'turning point' in the debate over the death penalty and how it's carried out. (July 24)
Spain's Swiftair says it has lost contact with plane en route to Algiers
Algerian aviation official confirms the crash of an Air Algerie operated flight owned by the Spanish private company Swiftair, carrying 110 passengers and six crew from Burkina Faso. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Shipping containers repurposed as affordable housing in Washington
Repurposed sea cargo containers are being used to build an innovative apartment building in Washington. Sasha Salama reports.
Smartphone app helps non-Arabic speaking Muslims read the Koran
A smartphone application translates the Koran from Arabic to Bahasa Indonesia by scanning through codes at the bottom of each line, a technology that aims to encourage a younger generation of non-Arabic speakers to become more familiar with Islam's holy book. Jim Drury has more.