U.S. President Obama says the immigration legislation that House Republicans are on track to pass is "unworkable", and that he will have to make "some tough choices to meet the challenge." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Expert says more could be done to curb African Ebola outbreak
The scientist who first identified Ebola says more should be done to combat the current outbreak in West Africa. Professor Peter Piot of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine says the response so far has not been firm enough. Rough cut (no reporter narration.
President Obama says a soldier believed captured by Hamas "needs to be unconditionally released as soon as possible" and that he will continue to make efforts to restore a broken Gaza ceasefire. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Sarah Ferguson seen in public for the first time since details of her scandal emerged as she arrives in Los Angeles to pick up an award at a charity event. The Duchess of York, who is under fire after a newspaper sting appears to show her accepting money for an introduction to her former husband Prince Andrew, looked tired, weary and red-eyed as she stepped off an American Airlines plane that flew in from London's Heathrow airport. She walked through LA airport terminal biting her fingernails. Ferguson was accompanied by a spokesperson who fielded reporter's questions saying: "No comment." Ferguson was filmed by an undercover reporter from The News of the World arranging to sell access to her ex-husband Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, in exchange for £500,000.