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CNN's Piers Morgan talks with Bob Costas about the doping controversy surrounding Lance Armstrong.
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The police officers who rescued the Cleveland missing women tell their emotional stories. Plus, The Ridiculist.
Paralympic medalist Bonnie St. John works with Boston Bombing victims.
CNN's Rick Vincent reveals the common diseases that can be brought on by a sedentary lifestyle.
Getting into this daily routine could significantly lower your risk for breast cancer. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.
Anderson Cooper shares a product helping tech-savvy parents get their urine-soaked baby to alert them via social media.
Police officers who first breached the house holding three missing Cleveland women describe rescuing those inside.
CNN's Martin Savidge investigates the mysterious poisoning death of a neurologist at the University of Pittsburgh.
CNN's Randi Kaye reports on the reunion between a Texas man and dog that was ripped from him during a tornado.
Stephanie Miller, Dean Obeidallah and Hogan Gidley discuss the fall out from Pat Robertson's controversial remarks.
CNN's Susan Candiotti reports Boston bombing suspect wrote message about motive inside boat where he hid before capture.
Erin Burnett talks about a sex scandal involving former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his parties.
A Wisconsin bar has a unique collection of bras hanging on the ceiling but was recently forced to take them down.
Flesh-eating bacteria amputee Aimee Copeland learns to use her new bionic hands.
Former "Lost" actress Tania Raymonde talks to A.J. Hammer about her role as Jodi Arias in Lifetime's upcoming film.
How should we read the falling deficit? Zanny Minton Beddoes & Glenn Hubbard debate whether this is good for the economy.
Dogged by crises, President Obama is doing his best to change the subject. CNN's Jessica Yellin reports.
Legendary Sports Broadcaster Bob Costas joins Jason Kurtz for a behind the scenes interview
Ken Duberstein says White House needs to react appropriately to scandals or risk losing the public's trust.
CNN's Barbara Starr examines what's being done in Washington to eliminate sexual assault in the military.