Vicious circle awaits Rohingya refugees in Thailand
A Reuters team has tracked down illegal camps in Thailand where Rohingya refugees from Myanmar are brought by traffickers and held for ransom – while authorities are indifferent or even complicit.
Argentina holds last-gasp debt talks to avert default
Argentines prepare for possible default as the debt deal deadline approaches. Vanessa Johnston reports.
Twitter stock soars after earnings beat
Summary: Twitter raises guidance; drug markers’ earns rise; Consumer confidence highest in seven years; Home prices fall; Sanctions against Russia expanded. Bobbi Rebell reports.
'The Bachelorette' and Her Beau Go Public
Two months after they got engaged on "The Bachelorette," Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray are ready to take their relationship to the next level, which may just mean a televised wedding. (July 29)
Gorilla Glass Maker's Stock Falls Due to Tablet Sales
Corning's stock price takes a hit mainly due to weaker than expected demand for tablet devices.
Harding Love Letters Now Open to Public
A collection of love letters written by the 29th president, Warren Harding to his mistress Carrie Fulton Phillips, are now open to the public through the Library of Congress website. (July 29)
Hamas airs video of cross-border tunnel raid on Israeli army
Video released by Hamas appears to show militants emerging from a tunnel and attacking Israeli soldiers at an outpost near the border with Gaza. Vanessa Johnston reports.
Deadliest Day in Gaza as Airstrikes Kill More Than 100 People
Israel works to destroy Hamas tunnel network after Hamas rejects 24 hour ceasefire deal.
Jury Awards Ventura $1.8M in Defamation Case
A jury awarded former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura $1.8 million on Tuesday in his lawsuit against the estate of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle. (July 29)
Obama: New Round of Sanctions Doesn't Mean 'New Cold War'
European Union, United States make stand against Russia's support of rebel forces in Ukraine.