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Michael Brown's Mother: "He Was Just Tall, Big, and Black"
Michael Brown's Mother: "He Was Just Tall, Big, and Black"

The parents of 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was shot and killed on Aug. 9 while unarmed by a white police officer, tear up as their remember their son. Michael Brown Sr. said it's hard for him not to hear from his son anymore, and the reality of his loss is setting in. "Not getting a phone call for the last few weeks, so it's kind of coming to a sense of... 'I'm not going to hear that voice again,'" Brown Sr. said.

Turkey's Erdogan Chooses Foreign Minister as Next PM
Turkey's Erdogan Chooses Foreign Minister as Next PM

Turkish President Elect Tayyip Erdogan has named Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu as the next minister of Turkey. While his decision has yet to be endorsed in a party vote on August 27, it's unlikely to be opposed. Mixed reactions on the streets of Istanbul over the selection of Davutoglu as their next prime minister.

Top Japan Pop Group Take Up the Ice Bucket Challenge
Top Japan Pop Group Take Up the Ice Bucket Challenge

Japan has gone ice bucket challenge crazy, with the nation's top pop idol group posting their video online on Wednesday (August 20). Following a concert at the Tokyo Dome, Japanese female pop group AKB48 kicked off the challenge with their producer Yasushi Akimoto. Representing the 300 members of the group present, Mayu Watanabe accepted the challenge and proceeded to dump a bucket of cold water on her head in front of fellow members.

Williams' Ashes Scattered in San Francisco; Carey, Cannon Reportedly Separate
Williams' Ashes Scattered in San Francisco; Carey, Cannon Reportedly Separate

Robin Williams' ashes have been scattered in the San Francisco Bay following his apparent suicide, according to a death certificate released by Marin County on Thursday (August 21). Williams was found hanged in his Northern California, home last week. The star had been suffering from serve depression, anxiety and early Parkinson's disease before his death.

Maika Monroe Talks Empowering Women in New Horror Film
Maika Monroe Talks Empowering Women in New Horror Film

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Up and coming Hollywood star Maika Monroe was in London on Thursday (August 21) for the opening of her new horror movie 'The Guest' at the FrightFest festival

Luxury Dilemma: Does It Pay to Play with Amazon?
Luxury Dilemma: Does It Pay to Play with Amazon?

If you're a a high-end luxury brand, does it pay to play with Amazon? Right now, most high-end labels don't officially distribute through the e-commerce giant in a bid to maintain control. But few, like Burberry, are starting to play ball. Mabel McLean is a researcher with L2, a think tank that studies the digital performance of brands. "There are some brands that have managed to strike a happy arrangement deal with Amazon."

Clashes in Santiago as Students Demand Education Reform
Clashes in Santiago as Students Demand Education Reform

Anger erupts on the streets of Santiago. With stray dogs in tow, thousands of students clash with riot police. Demanding free education, the students are asking for greater participation in reform discussions, currently driven by the government. The students claim these discussions must involve social organizations... since it was these very organizations that called for reform in the first place. Back in 2011, students started a wave of protests demanding free, high-quality education.

S&P 500 Closes at New High
S&P 500 Closes at New High

The S&P crossed into record territory- the major indexes all closing with gains. Hewlett-Packard the biggest boost to the S&P 500- after a surprise increase in quarterly revenue. Markets looking towards Janet Yellen's speech in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on Friday. James E. Coffey Securities' Greg Keating: "The speech will revolve around the labor market. But what the markets participants should really be looking for are any hints as to when that rate hike is going to happen."

Fox Kicks Off "Simpsons" Mega Marathon
Fox Kicks Off "Simpsons" Mega Marathon

It's a "Simpsons" mega marathon. To celebrate the 25th season of the popular animated show, broadcaster Fox is airing all 552 episodes starting Thursday, August 21st. Fans will get a hefty dose of Homer and company with each episode airing back-to-back in a 278-hour stretch on Fox cable channel FXX. "The Simpsons" fest will end on September first. The show is the longest-running animated series and American sitcom with its pilot first airing in December of 1989.

U.S. Pursuing Long-Term Strategy Against ISIL: Hagel
U.S. Pursuing Long-Term Strategy Against ISIL: Hagel

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel spoke during a news conference on Thursday (August 21) at the Pentagon, saying that the U.S. is pursuing a "long-term strategy against ISIL because ISIL clearly poses a long-term threat."

Carey, Cannon Reportedly Separate
Carey, Cannon Reportedly Separate

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon have reportedly separated. People magazine cites an unnamed source who says the couple have been living apart for months. Other outlets, like online tabloid TMZ, are reporting that a divorce is imminent. The couple have been married for six years and have 3-year old twins together.

Despair on Chilean Metro After Power Glitch Traps Thousands
Despair on Chilean Metro After Power Glitch Traps Thousands

(natsot) Panic aboard the Chilean metro as thousands are left stranded in the dark. (natsot) An electrical glitch had shut off the power -- during rush hour. Cell phone video illustrates the growing anxiety of passengers trapped in the train...as they pounded on the doors, desperate for metro staff to open them. And there was little ventilation inside as cramped riders waited nearly 40 minutes before metro staff came to their rescue.

Netanyahu Says "Assassination" of Hamas Leaders Will Bring Peace to Israel
Netanyahu Says "Assassination" of Hamas Leaders Will Bring Peace to Israel

Another funeral in Gaza....this time for three senior Hamas military commanders killed in Israeli air strikes. The Islamist movement says that all three had led operations against Israel for more than 20 years. And Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says their deaths will prevent future attacks.

Ivory Coast Says Ebola Next Door Could Cripple the Economy
Ivory Coast Says Ebola Next Door Could Cripple the Economy

In Abidjan, there is no escaping the alarm caused by Ebola, even though there are no recorded cases there. Throughout the city, public warnings display the death toll in neighboring countries. That number now stands at more than 1,300.

Two U.S. Ebola Patients Released from Atlanta Hospital
Two U.S. Ebola Patients Released from Atlanta Hospital

Dr. Kent Brantly is greeted with applause as he and his wife walk to the front of the room, standing before the medical team who helped save his life. The American missionary has been declared free of the Ebola virus, and can now go home after treatment at Emory University Hospital. "Today is a miraculous day. I am thrilled to be alive, to be well, and to be reunited with my family."

Six-Story Tall Duck Floats Into L.A. Port
Six-Story Tall Duck Floats Into L.A. Port

A six-story high rubber duck floated into the Port of Los Angeles this week creating quite a flap. The famous feathered freighter, created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, blew away many observers like young Stella Dommer.

Young Artist Paints Surreal Illusions on Bodies
Young Artist Paints Surreal Illusions on Bodies

All is not what it seems when you witness 21-year-old Hikaro Cho's surreal art. Her canvas: the human body.

Islamic State Tells Iraqi Minorities, Convert or Die
Islamic State Tells Iraqi Minorities, Convert or Die

Religious minorities in northern Iraq are seeking a safe haven wherever they can find it. Pursued by Islamic State miltants bent on their extermination, refugees like these Christians from Sinjar are now being taken in by churches in Dohuk, a city the militants have not yet captured. "Our life is abnormal and tragic, we don't have the even simplest tools to live here because they ( IS militants) robbed us of all our property and everything we had in our city."

Two U.S. Ebola Patients Have Recovered
Two U.S. Ebola Patients Have Recovered

Two American missionaries who contracted the Ebola virus while treating patients in Liberia, have recovered and have been discharged from an Atlanta hospital. Dr. Kent Brantly spoke to reporters before leaving Emory University Hospital on Thursday saying, "I am forever thankful to God for sparing my life."

Germany to Arm Iraq - What's Changed?
Germany to Arm Iraq - What's Changed?

Breaking a tradition that's been in place since the Second World War. Germany is prepared to send arms to Iraq, says Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

U.S. Opens Criminal Investigation Into Journalist Foley's Death
U.S. Opens Criminal Investigation Into Journalist Foley's Death

The U.S. Justice Department is conducting a criminal investigation into the death of American journalist James Foley, Attorney General Eric Holder said on Thursday. "We have an open criminal investigation and those who would perpetrate such acts need to understand something: this Justice Department, the Department of Defense, this nation, we have long memories and our reach is very wide. We will not forget what happened and people will be held accountable one way or the other," Holder said.

Bank of America to Pay Record Penalty for Banking Misconduct
Bank of America to Pay Record Penalty for Banking Misconduct

US Attorney General Eric Holder says Bank of America has agreed to pay more than $16.6 billion in penalties and consumer relief, which "constitutes the largest civil settlement with a single entity in history". The agreement was announced in Washington, DC on Thursday morning.

Bank of America's $17 Bln Settlement
Bank of America's $17 Bln Settlement

The bank bearing the biggest legal headache soon to put much of that behind it. Bank of America will pay nearly $17 billion to settle charges it had misled investors over mortgage securities it sold in the run-up to the financial crisis. That's by far the largest penalty slapped against the big banks facing mortgage probes. The bank acquired its mortgage liabilities when it bought Countrywide Financial and Merrill Lynch.

Three Hamas Commanders Killed by Israeli Air Strike
Three Hamas Commanders Killed by Israeli Air Strike

Dark days in Gaza. Palestinians search for bodies in the rubble of a home destroyed by an overnight Israeli air strike. Hamas says Israel is now targeting its leadership. It says attacks in the town of Rafah, killed three senior Hamas commanders.