Today in History for May 26th
Highlights of this day in history: Allied troops begin their evacuation from Dunkirk, France; President Andrew Johnson's impeachment trial ends with his acquittal; Actor John Wayne; Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley's daughter Lisa Marie marry. (May 26)
Fed's time table a relief to stocks
Summary: Stocks cut losses on Fed statement; GDP jumps to 4.0%; Whole Foods cuts outlook- again; Yelp turns a profit; Twitter stock jumps one day after earnings report. Bobbi Rebell reports.
AP Top Stories July 30 P
Here's the latest news for Wednesday July 30th: Two separate deadly attacks hit Gaza; Workers at UCLA clean up water damage; The UK will test driverless cars; crop circles appear in Germany.
Texas Scientists Study Ebola Virus
Scientists in Texas are studying the Ebola virus, which has killed more than 670 people across West Africa this year. Right now, the disease has no vaccine and no specific treatment, with a fatality rate of at least 60 percent. (July 30)
Six Philly police officers arrested for brazen corruption-related charges
Six Philadelphia narcotics officers arrested on a variety of corruption-related charges after a 42-page indictment describes scenes Hollywood would have trouble topping. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
U.N. School Bombed in Gaza; Prosecution Rests in 'Porch Shooting' Trial
As Israeli airstrikes blast Gaza, Obama takes on House GOP, and Justin Bieber and Orlando Bloom allegedly get into scuffle.
Michelle Obama: "the blood of Africa runs through my veins"
First Lady Michelle Obama embraces her family's African roots in a speech to a group of young Africans and calls for changes in traditional beliefs around the education of women. Rough Cut (No reporter narration).
Day in Pictures: 7/30/2014
Images from across the globe: Israel Strikes U.N. Refugees School, Crews Clean Up L.A. Water Main Break, Yemenis Protest Fuel Price Hikes
Sanctions don't spell catastrophe for Russia, expert says
An economist says new sanctions aren't catastrophic for Russian economy while Muscovites appear resilient to measures. Nathan Frandino reports.
Air Force: Stowaway Triggers Security Review
The U.S. Air Force says the death of a stowaway on a military aircraft has triggered a security review. Air Force officials say the boy climbed into a wheel well compartment of a cargo plan on an airfield in Mali and later died of asphyxiation. (July 30)