Thousands in Beirut protest in a "day of judgment" after blastsLebanon's Red Cross said more than 100 people were injured in Saturday's demonstrations
NASA drops "insensitive" nicknames for cosmic objectsThe space agency will no longer use nicknames like "Eskimo Nebula" or "Siamese Twins Galaxy."
Satellite images show oil spill disaster unfolding in MauritiusDesperate efforts are underway to contain an oil spill polluting the archipelago's iconic reefs and protected ecosystems.
Nurse loses leg after she ignored pain to care for COVID patients"You forget about your own pains because you're busy helping other people," she said.
Ex-Green Berets get 20 years for plot to topple Venezuela leaderLuke Denman and Airan Berry admitted to taking part in the operation orchestrated by a third ex-U.S. soldier, Venezuelan's chief prosecutor said.
Hong Kong fires back at "shameless" U.S. sanctionsChina slammed the United States for imposing "barbarous" sanctions in response to Beijing's crackdown in Hong Kong.
Haunting image of Beirut destruction shows clock frozen at 6:09"It stopped short, never to go again, when Beirut died," the photographer said.
U.K.'s Windsor Castle gardens temporarily open to the publicWindsor Castle, where Britain's Queen Elizabeth II spends many of her private weekends, is home to a stunning display of flowers and trees. Starting in early August and lasting a few weeks, the public will be allowed to get a rare look at the castle's beautiful gardens. Jericka Duncan reports.
Olympic athletes get creative to stay in top form for 2021 gamesIf not for the coronavirus pandemic, August 2020 would be seeing the closing ceremony of the Olympic games in Tokyo, Japan. The games have been postponed until summer 2021. Nancy Chen speaks to Olympic athletes about the creative ways they are pushing their limits and staying in top form for the delayed event.
Survivors recount escaping plane crash: "I don't know how I made it"The jetliner nosedived and cracked in two, leaving at least 18 dead and more than 120 injured.
Beirut residents demand Lebanese government take responsibility after explosionPublic anger is mounting in Beirut as residents there demand that the Lebanese government takes responsibility for a deadly blast that rocked the city. More than 150 people were killed and 5,000 others were injured when several tons of highly combustible ammonium nitrate exploded at a warehouse. Imtiaz Tyab reports from Lebanon's capital city.
Hiroshima survivor remembers nuclear blast, 75 years later75 years ago Sunday, the United States dropped the second of two atomic bombs on Japan in an effort to hasten the end of World War II, with what was the most powerful weapon ever employed in human history. The target was the port city of Nagasaki, after the first bomb was dropped on Hiroshima August 6. The two bombings killed more than 200,000 people. Ramy Inocenio spoke to a survivor of the Hiroshima blast.