Saleh calls for dialogue in Yemen
July 18 - Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh calls for national dialogue in a pro-government newspaper, but protesters continue to call for him to step down. Jessica Gray reports.
Banks put pressure on stocks
July 18 - Summary of business headlines: Stocks weighed down by worries; News Corp shares under pressure; Schwab earnings rise; Halliburton profits jump 54 percent. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Hungarian court clears 97-year-old of WWII war crimes
July 18 - A Hungarian court clears 97-year-old Sandor Kepiro of involvement in the massacre of more than 1000 civilians in Serbia during World War Two. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Scotland Yard's John Yates quits
July 18 - Scotland Yard's counter-terrorism chief, John Yates, has resigned over the News Corp hacking scandal. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Hillary Clinton arrives in India
July 18 - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrives in India to cement bilateral ties. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony call it quits
July 18 - Lopez and Anthony announce plans to divorce after seven years of marriage. Alicia Powell reports
Paul McCartney's double header
July 18 - Former Beatle plays New York's Yankee Stadium for the first time. Alicia Powell reports.
Apple's StarMine scores signal likely earnings beat: Kozey
July 18 - Apple is set to report earnings Tuesday after the bell and StarMine data suggests the market bellwether could post results above the mean, according to Reuters Equities Analyst John Kozey.
Markets misjudge Tea Party, says analyst - default may occur
July 18 - Founder of the blog "Capital Gains and Games," Stan Collender says there is less than a 50 percent chance a debt agreement will be reached as the Tea Party's growing influence may prevent plans from moving forward.
Europe Day Ahead: German ZEW Index expected to turn lower
July 18 - Germany's latest ZEW index is the big data point to watch out for on Tuesday. Current conditions and economic sentiment indexes are both seen turning lower in a Reuters poll.
Droughts, floods may permanently plague U.S. midwest: author
July 18 - A severe water shortage is gripping 14 states -- from Florida to Arizona -- and author of "The Ripple Effect" Alex Prud'Homme sees more droughts and flooding wreaking havoc in the U.S. over the next few years.
Caveman and his bride say 'I do'
July 18 - A Danish couple get married in a cave, 50 metres underground in Italy's Umbria. Gemma Haines reports.
U.S. Day Ahead: Apple earnings may beat, Goldman, BofA miss
July 18 - Second-quarter earnings for Goldman Sachs and Bank of America are likely to come in weaker-than-expected and Apple results are expected to surprise to the upside, says Reuters Equities Analyst John Kozey.
Burying the dead in Benghazi
July 18 - Funeral services for rebels killed in fighting near Brega are held in Benghazi as rebels now report that they are in control of the town. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Break-up of News Corp wouldn't create value
July 18 - With the drop in News Corp's share price, it appears the company is now fairly valued and there would be little extra value created in selling off parts of the business.
IPO market heating up
July 18 - Women's specialty retailer, Francesca's Holdings, expected to raise more money than any other IPO this week. Also going public: Skullcandy and Zillow. Sasha Salama reports.
Pakistan Taliban releases video of mass execution
July 18 - The Pakistan Taliban releases a video, posted on Liveleak.com, showing masked militants savagely shooting more than a dozen Pakistani security personnel in firing-squad style in the northwest part of the country last month. WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Suspected U.S. teen hitman goes to trial in Mexico
July 18 - U.S.-born 15-year-old known as "El Ponchis" goes on trial accused of beheading four people for a Mexican drug gang. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
New business surges at IBM
July 18 - -Summary of business headlines: IBM earnings beat forecasts; Cisco will cut 6,500 jobs and transfer out 5,000 more; Debt stalemate could move to plan B; stock indexes close lower. Bobbi Rebell reports.
The widows of Misrata
July 18 - A widows group in Misrata offers support for the rebels fighting forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.