Mourners line the streets of Phnom Penh for the start of the funeral procession for former Cambodian King, Norodom Sihanouk. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
At least two dead after tornadoes rip through the southern US. Julie Noce reports.
At least 14 people are dead after a blast at the Pemex oil building in Mexico City. Julie Noce reports.
An explosion at the office headquarters of Mexico’s state-owned oil company in the capital killed at least 14 people and injured at least 100 on Thursday as it heavily damaged three floors of a building.
For Darleen Evans, it was sheer terror as the manufacturing plant where she worked collapsed around her. She and two other women rushed into a bathroom stall, she holding one under each arm as she prayed, a tornado roaring overhead.
Nielsen released numbers Thursday on how American’s watch the NFL. According to the study, 111.3 million of us tuned in to the game in 2012. But we didn’t just use our TVs during the game, many turned on their tablets as well.
At least 14 dead, dozens injured in a blast a high rise in Mexico City. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Arthur J. Gallagher (AJG) was upgraded by Bank of America/Merrill Lynch from neutral to buy with a price target of $41, as the company is experiencing strong organic growth, and carrying a lot of momentum.
A new study shows Facebook is the scapegoat for our stress, again. That’s because participants in a study by online call service Rebtel say the social network is the most likely to stress them out.
Initial jobless claims increased by 38,000 to a seasonally adjusted 368,000 last week according to the Labor Department, the highest level in one month and the biggest increase since the week after Hurricane Sandy. Economists expected claims to climb to 355,000.