A distressed dolphin is found mired in a notoriously polluted New York City canal. Sarah Charlton reports.
Troops are deployed in Suez after seven protesters and a soldier are shot dead in clashes on the second anniversary of the uprising against Hosni Mubarak. Sarah Charlton reports.
Thousands gathered outside the Supreme Court to protest against abortion which became legal in the U.S. 40 years ago. Deborah Gembara reports.
Heavy rains in Peru cause five rivers to overflow, damaging some 730,000 homes, officials say. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
AT&T (T) announced two deals this week worth more than $2.68 billion to acquire additional wireless spectrum to increase its high speed services capacity. The company announced on Friday that it agreed to buy airwaves from Verizon Wireless (VZ) for $1.9 billion in cash, only a few days after it announced it was paying $790 million in cash to buy Atlantic Tele-Network’s (ATNI) wireless network.
Stocks held their gains with all the major indices in positive territory today, thanks to several encouraging earnings reports. On the economic front, new home sales were weaker than expected in December.
This fourth trading week of 2013 comes to a close with investors digesting a slew of corporate earnings reports. Hi.
Tracking down criminals just got a little bit easier, thanks to small paintball-like pellets from UK security company Selectamark. The pellets are loaded with a special artificial DNA compound that can be used to tag suspects for later tracking.
Jabil Circuit Incorporated (JBL) maintained its quarterly dividend of 8 cents per share. The dividend of $0.08 per share is payable on March 1, 2013.
Musicians can submit singles to the Amplifier contest for consideration by their peers. Songs that are popular enough can get shared by a panel of celebrity curators and heard by millions of people.