The Commerce Department reports on U.S. construction spending in June.
Robbers get beat-down by cashier cashing in on his martial arts skills. Jeanne Moos reports on flying feet, and fists.
Watch 5-year old's meltdown over age and death. Jeanne Moos reports on a sis who doesn't want her bro ever to grow up.
The Institute for Supply Management reports on U.S. manufacturing, orders and other activity in July.
The West has slapped stringent sanctions on Russia in response to the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, believed by the U.S. and others to have been shot down with a Russia-supplied Buk missile system by eastern Ukraine rebels.
Europe has cranked up the pressure on Russia by including the country's top two banks on a list of sanctions.
Chrysler says its U.S. sales rose 20 percent in July from a year ago, its best performance for the month in nine years.
A three-day Gaza cease-fire that began Friday quickly unraveled, with Israel and Hamas accusing each other of violating the truce.
The Commerce Department reports on how much U.S. consumers spent and earned in June.
Geoffrey Nice, a renowned war crimes prosecutor, says both Israel and Hamas could potentially be vulnerable.
Rescuers have recovered 51 bodies after landslides caused by heavy monsoon rains trapped about 170 people in a western Indian village.
Residents of besieged Gaza venture onto the beach hours after a 72-hour cease-fire started on Friday.
The Royal Bank of Scotland says it made a net profit of 1.42 billion pounds ($2.39 billion) in the first half of the year, up from 535 million pounds in 2013, as it warned that Scottish independence could dent its business.