Russia buries boat tragedy victims
July 13 - Victims of a boat accident in Russia's Volga river are buried in Kazan. Simon Hanna reports.
Mix business and beauty at the salon
July 13 - As professional women have increasingly tight schedules, a growing number are mixing business with beauty and catching up on work while checking in with a stylist. Kimberley Lim reports
Bank Stress Tests: Spanish failures seen but Italy to pass
July 13 - Daiwa Capital Markets credit analyst Michael Symonds says some Spanish savings banks will fail the EU-wide stress tests, which will be released on Friday, but Italian banks are likely to pass.
Underwater U.S. homeowners assess options: Stay or walk away
July 13 - The White House says it's ramping up efforts to fix housing and with good reason— there are more American homeowners now under water on mortgages than at any time since the crisis began.
Hundreds rescued from migrant boat
July 13 - Italian coastguard officials carry small children from a boat packed with migrants after the overcrowded vessel ran into trouble off the Italian island of Lampedusa. Nick Rowlands reports.
The art of the protest in Yemen
July 13 - On the sidelines of daily protests in Yemen -- women and children hold a craft exhibition to call for their own kinds of change. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Europe slams Ireland downgrade
July 13 - The European Commission has called Moody's latest downgrade of Ireland's credit rating "incomprehensible" as fears also grow over the stability of Italy's economy. Andrew Potter reports.
Fed chief's stern debt warning
July 13 - U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke warned failure to lift the debt ceiling would throw the financial system into enormous disarray. He also said the Fed has more it can do to help the U.S. economy if needed. Bobbi Rebell reports.
News Corp suit isolated to UK, pending more evidence: Coffee
July 13 - News Corp's hacking scandal took place in the UK and can only be sued in the U.S. if additional evidence against the American parent company is revealed, says Columbia law professor John Coffee.
Arianna Huffington's key to happiness
July 6 - Arianna Huffington tells Atlantic's James Bennet and Reuters' Chrystia Freeland the secret to happiness - and education reform.
Defying the crackdown in Syria
July 13 - Amateur video purportedly shows anti-government protesters in several Syrian cities defying crackdown to demonstrate against President Assad. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Day Ahead: JPMorgan upside surprise likely
July 13 - JPMorgan reports second-quarter earnings before the bell and Reuters Quantitative Analyst Mike Tarsala says lower debt issuance and a rise in commercial loans are likely to lead to an upside surprise.
Wall St. hails Fed chief comments
July 13 - Summary of business headlines: Wall Street, Europe break three-day slump; U.S. Senators want News Corp probe; Greece debt downgraded further into junk bond status. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Rebels advance towards Tripoli.
July 13 - Rebel fighters say they have retaken a village south of Tripoli that they lost to forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi earlier in the day. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
July 14 - Bloody crime spree leaves 38 people dead across Mexico in suspected drug violence. Marie-Claire Fennessy reports
Seoul holds rates amid uncertainty
July 14 - South Korea's central bank reaffirms anti-inflation stance, but stands pat on rates amid global uncertainty and high household debt levels. Arnold Gay reports.
Mumbai awakes after attack
July 14- Indian's financial capital, Mumabi wakes as investigations continue into the triple bomb blast which struck the city. (Rough cut)
Putnam County World War II Memorial
On the southwest corner of the courthouse lawn a World War II Memorial incorporates the infamous German V-1 "buzz bomb." It sits upon a v-shaped limestone base. It was dedicated November 11, 1948, as a tribute to Putnam County veterans killed in action.,Use of this image is restricted to projects related to Destination Indiana.,Putnam County Journey
William J. Kennedy Teaching Certification
Center Point was where the first two-story department school house was built in the Clay County. William J. Kennedy was one of the contributors. He was a teacher and physician in the area after moving there from Ohio. This is his teaching certification.,Clay County Journey
Introduction This unit discusses the future of Europe, and it looks particularly closely at what may happen to the smaller political units presently existing below the level of the nation-state. These include nation-regions like Scotland and Wales, larger entities like the German Länder, and smaller more recently created regions with less existing cultural unity. Despite the very large differences between them, for our purposes all these political entities are called ‘regions’. The un
This unit discusses the future of Europe, and it looks particularly closely at what may happen to the smaller political units presently existing below the level of the nation-state. These include nation-regions like Scotland and Wales, larger entities like the German Länder, and smaller more recently created regions with less existing cultural unity. Despite the very large differences between them, for our purposes all these political entities are called ‘regions’. The un