U.S. Treasury Secretary says G7 unified on sanctions against Russia
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says there is unity within the G7 on increasing sanctions against Russia in response to escalating action in Ukraine. Sarah Toms reports.
$5M Bond Set for Teens in Homeless Killings
Three teenagers accused of fatally beating two homeless men beyond recognition with cinder blocks, bricks and a metal fence pole may have been terrorizing transients around Albuquerque for months, police said Monday. (July 21)
A Strike Kills 26 Family Members
In one of the deadliest strikes in Gaza, Israel said it was targeting a Hamas operative. But the man, Ahmed Abu Jamaa, was not home. Anne Barnard reports.
White House: FAA has not given notice about flights over Gaza
White House says individual U.S. airliners, not the FAA, are making the decision to halt some flights over Middle East. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Tearful homecoming as Houston teens return from Israel
Forty-three students who had been in Israel for three weeks during the security crisis there return home to Houston, to the relief of their anxious parents. Mana Rabiee reports.
Raw: Lawmakers Scuffle in Ukraine's Parliament
A dispute broke out in the Ukrainian parliament on Tuesday after a lawmaker blamed the Ukrainian authorities for failing to adopt a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine and accused them of running a war against the Ukrainian people. (July 22)
The Rock Finds His Inner 'Hercules'
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson talks about his first exposure to Greek hero demigod Hercules and how the role found him at the right time. (July 22)
Hamas has built extensive network of secret tunnels to strike at Israel
Ancient mummies digitally unwrapped to reveal new secrets
State-of-the-art CT scanning is giving researchers at the British Museum the opportunity to digitally unwrap ancient Egyptian mummies. The non-invasive technique preserves the delicate remains, but has given new insights into mummification and revealed the faces of ancient Egyptians for the first time in thousands of years. Tara Cleary reports.
Michigan Plant's Goal: Flower and Die
An 80-year-old agave plant, which is blooming for the first and only time at a University of Michigan conservatory, will die when it's done (July 22)