Remains of sunken town re-emerge in Brazil's drought

These are bricks from buildings unseen for more than 45 years. They were once part of a town that was submerged when the government built a dam nearby. But now, as the Brazil grapples with its worst Feb 6, 2015

Sony's Pascal stepping down as co-chair

Amy Pascal, one of the most power women executives in Hollywood, is stepping down as co-chairman of Sony Pictures. The move comes after hackers leaked a chain of embarrassing emails between Pascal Feb 6, 2015

Film characters feature in Japan's snow festival

Darth Vader takes on a much lighter disposition at Japan's snow festival in Hokkaido. The "Star Wars" character and his Storm Troopers were sculpted by some 400 Japanese Self-Defence Force troops, Feb 6, 2015

Depp, Heard reportedly marry; Glitter found guilty

Johnny Depp is a married man, this according to People magazine, who is reporting that the star married his fiancee, Amber Heard, in Los Angeles earlier this week. People says they married on Tuesday Feb 6, 2015

Islamic State flags disappear from Bosnian village

Flags used to fly outside this Bosnian home... Islamic State flags. The village has now been stripped of such emblems, under the warning of police who say they're wary of the dangers posed by radical Feb 6, 2015

Plumes of smoke erupt from Mexico's volcano of fire

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Dramatic video caught on webcam show eruptions with clouds of smoke rising from the crater of the Volcan del Fuego (Volcano of Fire), set between the states of Feb 6, 2015

Bodies and grief on the streets of Damascus

--STORY CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES -- Panic on the streets of Damascus after Islam Army insurgents bombard Syria's Capital City. Bodies and grief fill the streets. The video which can not be Feb 6, 2015

Lucky to be alive

A small bandage on his left hand is the only visible trace of the adventure of 19-year-old American student Mark Doose -- in Switzerland for a semester abroad. He survived more than 48 hours in the Feb 6, 2015

Living to tell the tale

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A shocking video emerged out of Brazil Thursday (February 5) that showed a 9-year-old boy and his uncle being pulled under water and sucked into a flooded Feb 6, 2015

North Koreans condemn US sanctions

North Koreans have criticized U.S. sanctions brought against the communist country after an attack on Sony Pictures. In video provided to Reuters by the country's official news agency, citizens in Feb 6, 2015

At least 17 dead in warehouse fire

At least 17 people are dead after a fire at a warehouse in southern China Thursday. The fire broke out on the fourth floor of a small wholesale market in Guangdong province. It took more than six Feb 6, 2015

Abbott's party calls for a leadership vote

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott will be put to a test of his leadership next week after members of his party Friday announced they would seek a vote to oust him. Abbott addressed the vote Feb 6, 2015