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Texas teen who killed four people in DUI gets probation because of "affluenza" defense. David Mattingly reports.
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Brian Todd on the sign language interpreter at the Mandela memorial who translated the speeches into "gibberis.h"
Capt. Sully Sullenberger explains how cultural differences can inadvertently create safety concerns.
Anderson discusses the drunk driving "affluenza" case with Dr. Drew, Mark Geragos, and Sunny Hostin.
HLN's Jane Velez-Mitchell highlights singer Demi Lovato's surprising confession of drug and alcohol abuse.
Father Edward Beck, Brian Stelter and Joe Concha discuss TIME's person of the year, Pope Francis.
Eric Boyles' wife and daughter were killed in the drunk driving accident at the center of the "affluenza" case.
The R & B star created a buzz on Twitter by setting up #askRKelly and people responded with some hilarious tweets.
Dr. Drew says there's no such thing as "affluenza," the defense used in a teen drunk driving case that killed 4 people.
In an AC360 Exclusive, Eric Boyles shares his grief after losing his wife and daughter to a teen drunk driver.
As a hearing into the crash of Asiana Flight 214 takes place, Kyung Lah looks at concerns over culture in the cockpit.
In Rome, at least, the Pope will be "Person of the Year" for years. CNN's Ben Wedeman explains.
Cab drivers pose in the "NYC Taxi Drivers 2014 Beefcake Calendar" to raise money for immigrant families and individuals.
CNN's Randi Kaye reports on case of boy who used the "affluenza" defense in case of killing four while driving drunk.
Jake Tapper talks to Rep. Tim Huelskamp about why he is not supporting the bipartisan budget deal.
CNN's Ben Wedeman reports on Time Magazine's choice of Pope Francis as "Person of the Year."
CNN's Richard Quest takes to the streets of San Francisco with Goggle's highly anticipated Google Glass.
Existing subsidies for milk farmers are set to expire and consumers could see prices soar to as much $7 per gallon.
The Deaf Federation of South Africa wants to know who vetted the sign language interpreter for Nelson Mandela's memorial.
Democratic Caucus Chair Xavier Becerra says House Democrats have not caved when it comes to this budget deal.