U.S. troops celebrate Christmas in Afghanistan
U.S. soldiers at the Bagram Air Force Base outside Kabul spend Christmas eating with their "military family." Nathan Frandino reports.
WHO warns of Ebola spread
Ebola claims more lives as World Health Organisation reports further spread through West Africa. Paul Chapman reports.
Biden Talks Economy and Civil Rights
Vice President Joe Biden says investment in infrastructure and job training is needed to increase economic opportunities in the nation's cities. He also blasted what he called efforts around the country to repress minority voting. (July 24)
UBS latest bank in firing line
UBS takes its turn dealing with the onslaught of litigation against the banking sector. The Swiss group has been ordered to pay $1.48 billion in bail as part of a French tax evasion probe. Joanna Partridge reports.
Gaza death toll tops 700, U.S. lifts ban on flights
A U.S. ban on commercial flights to Tel Aviv is lifted, while a truce between the Jewish state and Hamas Palestinian fighters remains elusive as the death toll rises above 700. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Sharknado Is Back!
The sequel to last year's so-bad-it's-good "Sharknado" moves its action from Los Angeles to New York, and adds some names you may actually know, such as comic-actor Andy Dick, entertainment blogger Perez Hilton and actress Vivica A. Fox. (July 24)
Boy attacked by shark in Florida
An 8-year-old boy is bitten in the leg by a shark while vacationing at a Florida beach. Linda So reports.
With virtual reality, researchers find a sweet spot in farming education
Australian researchers use the online world of Second Life to teach sugar cane farmers about climate change and new technologies they can use to reduce water use and fertilizer run-off. Sharon Reich reports.
Raw: MH17 Victim's Bodies Arrive in Netherlands
Another two military aircrafts carrying the remains of 74 victims from the Malaysian plane disaster arrived in Eindhoven Airport in the Netherlands Thursday, as families and friends watched the arrival ceremony. (July 24)
Pro-Russian rebel commander acknowledges fighters had BUK missile
A pro-Russian rebel leader in eastern Ukraine says he believes separatists possessed BUK anti-aircraft missiles, thought by Washington to be the type used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).