Jul 22, 2011 — Debt talks draw fire from Democratic senators; two former News of the World staffers allege James Murdoch misled British lawmakers; there's record heat in the central and eastern U.S.; and the UN calls an emergency meeting to discuss famine and drought in Somali, which rebels say isn't so bad
Jul 21, 2011 — There may be movement in contentious debt limit talks; record heat kills at least 22 people in the U.S.; Japan will soon evacuate people from hot spots where high radiation levels have been discovered; and Georgia delays a scheduled execution because another inmate's lawyers want to record it.
Jul 19, 2011 — Rupert and James Murdoch will testify before British lawmakers, and so will former News International executive Rebekah Brooks; House lawmakers will vote on a balanced budget amendment today; heat grips the central U.S.; another dust storm strikes Phoenix
Jul 18, 2011 — Congressional negotiators and President Obama talk about the debt ceiling; new developments in the British phone hacking scandal; Gen. David Petraeus transfers control in Afghanistan; and there are dangerous heat conditions in the central U.S.
Jul 12, 2011 — The memorial service for former first lady Betty Ford is set for today in California and first lady Michelle Obama will attend; record breaking heat expected in nearly two dozen states; baseball's home run derby and a fan escapes injury at the event.